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Intercultural Competencies and Leadership

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  • UserDanielle Feger (Research Development Consultant and founder of Equilibrium4Wellbeing) World_link
  • ClockTuesday 13 April 2021, 18:30-20:15
  • HouseOnline.

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At a time that has seen a seismic shift in working practises across the world, personal and organisational leadership has never been as important as it is right now. The way in which we approach business dramatically changed over the past few decades. Prior to the pandemic (2020), the uptake of interconnected technologies and interdependence of cultures between organisations was keenly felt, with an exponential trend last year.

Danielle Feger (Research Development Consultant and founder of Equilibrium4Wellbeing) will show you how to create long lasting, productive inter-relationships from almost anywhere in the world to your personal one-to-ones.

This Workshop will:
  • Examine our own identity (influences of personal and cultural ‘baggage’)
  • Learn about common cross-cultural theories (cultural iceberg, cultural relativity)
  • Look at dimensions of intercultural interactions (high- vs low-context, power distance)
At the end of the workshop, you will be able to:
  • Appreciate the impact of your own culture on your values, assumptions, and behaviour
  • Understand how cultural frameworks influence ways of thinking and doing
  • Adapt your behaviour to communicate effectively in intercultural encounters.

ALL WELCOME (all genders and non-STEMM).

Part of the Leadership Mindset Series 2021 – Four workshops

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