This comprehensive audio conference will explore how to meet the challenges of a cross-cultural workforce, including:
- How to determine whether it’s a personality or intercultural conflict,
- Key techniques to manage your cross-cultural team/workforce with increased confidence and effectiveness, and
- How to adapt your managerial style to avoid cultural conflicts, and address the ones that do occur.
During this information-packed session, you’ll also learn real-life techniques for:
- Creating a team environment that is open and respects cultural norms in work styles
- Helping team members to understand and address their culturally specific motives and actions
- Understanding the different ways we cope with conflict (problem solving, avoidance, attack and accommodating) and how to best address discord when it arises
- Knowing when to intervene, and when third party involvement is warranted
- Setting up an ongoing plan to measure the success of team conflict resolution, and diversity awareness and skills
Product ID: 2975
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Combs and Company
Deidre Combs is the author of three books on cross-cultural approaches to resolving conflict and overcoming challenges -- The Way of Conflict; Worst Enemy, Best Teacher and Thriving Through Tough Times -- that integrate common wisdom from the world’s lasting cultural traditions with systems theory and brain research. She provides leadership and conflict strategies as a management consultant, coach, mediator and professor.
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