Current events keep this topic at the top of our minds. Census 2010 is still surprising employers, it is an election year, war on terror, school and workplace violence, “Don’t ask – Don’t Tell is abolished” – on and on, and organizations are grappling with, struggling with their own workplace diversity and inclusion issues. The what and how will be presented – of being a more inclusive employer. Join us for a highly informative and interactive forum.
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This webinar will look at the role our values, beliefs and work practices play in our interactions at work. We will look at two key cultural differences and explore how they surface in our interactions. We then will move to an ‘if so, then what?’ discussion: if we know these differences exist, what can we do to be most effective. Finally, we will end focusing on the importance of clear communication, and offer tips to minimize miscommunication when working across cultures.
In this webinar, you will learn how to incorporate change management into your sustainability plans. Focusing on stakeholder management and tools and techniques to encourage high levels of engagement, this webinar will interest both project managers and managers alike .
• Explain the concept of gamification, how it was developed and the various ways it is deployed today • Depict the concept of simulation as an aid to bring awareness about attitudes have towards cultural diversity • Describe how gamification can be deployed enhance awareness in projects • List the Project Management concepts that might be covered in such an approach • Solicit feedback to the viability of this concept from the participants of the webinar
In “The Human Factor in Project Management,” Kevin explores some of the common mistakes companies make and offers strategies for creating highly functioning teams, guiding them through the team development process, and getting them to work together more effectively from the outset. He discusses the powerful forces at work in our lives that determine our thoughts, actions, and ultimately the course and quality of our lives.
Join the conference call, meet the CoP council, ask questions, tell them what you expect from the GD CoP, hear them respond to your questions and talk about what is in store for the next year.
How can we understand culture in non-essentialist ways, avoiding neocolonial liabilities and labels, while at the same time recognizing the flow of discourse that blends our collective and individual experience? How we can use culture to peacefully cohabit the planet? We will pursue these questions by training ourselves to listen to the flow of discourse in and around us, identifying the primitive and prevailing conversations and the streams of discourse that construct the realities we choose to live in. We will appreciate culture as the flow of conscious and unconscious, the story telling, interpretative and map-making process that creates such fantasies as the nation state, the economy and empirical science
This webinar will focus on intrapersonal and interpersonal communication strategies to allow participants to leverage diversity for maximum positive impact and results on their project teams.