Today’s global economy and society demands that all employees are able to work effectively with people from diverse cultural backgrounds in order to build relationships with colleagues, clients, organizations, and governments. Employees are the greatest assets of any organization, investing in their professional development will strengthen any team and identify areas in which employees will excel.
The Columbus Council on World Affairs offers a training session to develop cross-cultural competency for professionals and educators. The sessions combine internationally recognized resources with hands on simulation activities in order to understand how culture affects the work place and to develop skills to navigate a diverse global work environment.
Introduction Session Sample Content
•Overview and expected outcomes of the training
•Participants’ expectations, experiences, and reflections
•Defining and understanding intercultural competence in professional environments
•Utilizing a six dimensional framework to develop cross-cultural understanding
•Explore case study countries and apply training content to real world examples
•Next steps and session wrap-up
Upcoming Public Sessions & Fees
•May 25: 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.
•June 29: 8:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.
Pricing: $295.00/ individual
•Participant workbook and resource manual
CCWA also offers custom half and full day private sessions for a sponsoring organization and their employees.
•Half-day Session: $2,500
•Full-day Session: $3,500
Fees include pre-session consultation, post-session participant feedback summary and overall session evaluation, as well as resource notebooks.
Who Should Attend:
-Professionals who interact with a diverse cultural client base
-Those who travel to various countries to build relationships
-Professionals driving results through interaction with virtual/remote work teams
-Educators who work with a diverse student population
-Human Resources, Talent management, and recruiting professionals