Professional development opportunities are available to all employees and university retirees.
Understanding Cross-Cultural Conflict Styles
The ability to recognize and appropriately respond to the cultural differences found in our conflict style is critically important to effectively resolve them in our ever diversifying world.
In this interactive workshop, employees will gain in-depth knowledge about the various aspects of culture and their own approach for resolving conflicts across cultures. In addition, participants will learn about the four cross-cultural conflict styles assessed by the ICS inventory, strengths and weakness of each intercultural conflict style and how their own conflict style compares to the conflict style of their community and other communities.
When: Thursday, March 6, 2013, 10-11:30 a.m.
Where: Beatrice Watts IIC2014
Facilitator: Yvonne Collett
To register fill out application to undertake training and send to Shelley O'Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
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Important Note: Eligible employees can take one non-credit training course per semester up to $255. Please see Employee Training & Development policy for more information.