Training Interculturally Competent Leaders in Equitable and Inclusive Practices
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Training Interculturally Competent Leaders in Equitable and Inclusive Practices is a four-part training experience that provides PhD students with the necessary tools to increase their intercultural competency.
Lessons will be delivered by community, industry, academic, and federal agency partners to support students in gaining a deeper understanding of the value of intercultural competency. Leveraging a partnership-based teaching model, participants will explore case-studies, learn about cultural histories, and use scenario planning to prepare for situations that arise within different working environments.
The Training Interculturally Competent Leaders in Equitable and Inclusive Practices will be held in June 2022. Applications for student participation is now open.
This program is supported by a Career Guidance for Trainees grant awarded by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund
Completing this course will help you:
Who is the course for?
This program is open to PhD students.
Improve individual awareness, cultural understanding, and interpersonal skills when working with others with differing perspectives and cultural backgrounds.
Understand how intercultural competency impacts productivity of individuals, teams, and organizations.
Learn how leaders’ and managers’ communication impacts the employee experience and perpetuation of equitable and inclusive practices.
Understand how interculturally competent organizational leadership drives well informed organizational policy design and implementation.