Tue, Sep 22|
WEBINAR - Skills for Managing Intercultural Conflict
Not all conflicts are the same. Intercultural conflicts require a different approach.
Time & Location
Sep 22, 2020, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EDT
About the event
With global business communications and diverse workplaces increasing, intercultural conflicts and misunderstandings are bound to happen.
Intercultural conflicts are different. Because different cultures have various ways of initiating, responding and resolving conflicts.
Hone your cultural competencies skills and learn to look at intercultural conflict from a ethnorelative lens.
In this webinar you will:
- Learn how differences in cultural perceptions can trigger discord.
- Theories of intercultural conflict.
- Figure out if a conflict is culturally-based.
- Gain strategies for dealing with intercultural conflict when it arises.
- Understand how different cultures approach and resolve conflicts.
- Ways of preventing or minimizing intercultural conflict in the future.
- Obtain specific questions for mediating intercultural conflicts in the workplace.
This is a condensed version of a one-day workshop.
If you want to improve the communication skills amongst your global teams, culturally diverse clients or staff, this is for you!
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Webinar - Conflict$125.00Tax: +$16.25 HST