At its best, diversity is a business strategy that has been shown to increase an organization’s ability to achieve better bottom-line performance and sustain its growth and prosperity. Join expert Dr. Keera Godfrey for an engaging webinar based upon research from Appreciating Diversity, a training program that gives both newly emerging and experienced leaders and managers the tools and techniques for developing and refining their skills.
Join expert and co-author Dr. Judith Meyers, as she teaches the four competencies that are critical to cross-cultural adaptability. This webinar is based on the HRDQ product, The Cross-Cultural Adaptability Inventory, a best-selling diversity training tool that was developed in direct response to needs expressed by cross-cultural trainers and teachers for a well-constructed and easily obtainable self-assessment training instrument on cross-cultural adaptability.
You choose training models focusing on the content you need to be addressed – but do you know, "how does my target audience learn the best?" Learning preferences is the missing link in almost every instructional design model. Join coaching expert Bob Pike as he presents data collected from a diverse cross-section of participants, and discover how people learn in the most efficient way possible.
Join expert Dr. Judith Meyers, as she teaches the four competencies that are critical to cross-cultural adaptability. Dr. Meyers will also examine how to use them as a springboard to self-awareness and cross-cultural success...
A survey by Korn/Ferry International found that more than 2 million people leave their jobs each year because of unfairness in the workplace. The hiring costs which result from high turnover are a huge stumbling block to company success, not to mention the time investment that goes into screening applicants and acclimating new hires to their role. Still, the greatest hindrance to progression lies within the heart of the issue - that is, to devalue and exclude employees because they are different is to also place limitations on their contributions and ability to grow.