CULTURAL AWARENESS: Provides a complete Cross Cultural Skills Inventory participants can complete either in advance or in the session to get a picture of their level of cross cultural competency before the training. This part also covers what culture is, what is clear and what is hidden of it, and how it impacts values and behaviors.
EXPERIENCING CROSS CULTURAL DIFFERENCES: Simulation and real-life case studies that help participants have an “experience” of cultural differences in the session, which may be for the first time for some of them.
DEVELOPING CROSS CULTURAL SKILLS: Participants will learn specific insights and skills for understanding and working effectively with cultural differences. This is done not with lengthy lectures but in an interactive manner that involves participants in discussions, role-plays, and exercises.
UNDERSTANDING AMERICAN AND TRADITIONAL CULTURES: With this section you can provide a deeper insight into the American dominant culture, including its African-American and Hispanic sub-cultures. Americans need to understand their own culture before trying to understand a different one. Others will also benefit from understanding American culture in order to work effectively with Americans.
The training covers a number of methods to understand and contrast world cultures. It then provides an innovative simplified and unified method to understand three broad categories of world cultures and compare them to each other and to the American culture. This is the easiest and fastest way to develop broad cross cultural understanding without spending countless hours trying to understand the culture and habits of each country in the world.CROSS
CULTURAL NEGOTIATIONS: The workshop includes applications on cross cultural negotiations that provide crucial insights and skills that help participants conduct successful negotiations across cultural differences
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Emotional Intelligence, and
- Creativity & Innovation
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We cover the following aspects of diversity and inclusion:
Diversity certification covers the key aspects of diversity and inclusion using case studies, activities, and step-by-step facilitation instructions, supported by recorded webinars, interactive wiki, PowerPoint slides and participant workbook.
Besides cultural diversity and ethnicity, sexual orientation, and bias, some relatively new areas of emphasis are:
How Men and Women Can Work Together More Effectively
Our Diversity training covers the different ways men and women think, communicate, and work. The research-based content, case studies, and discussion in this area, often neglected by some diversity programs, adds an important, highly relevant aspect to your diversity program.
How Different Generations Can Work Together More Effectively
Diversity certification covers the new area of Generations at Work. We cover the key characteristics of the four generations in today's workplace; The Mature Generation; the Baby Boomers; Generation X; and Generation Y. You will learn the value system of each generation, enabling people to work more effectively together.
Working with Persons with Disabilities and Sexual Diversity
We also cover the area of ability and disability at work and offering case studies relevant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and its requirements for organizations and managers. You will learn what the law requires and how to work more effectively and fairly with persons with disabilities. We also cover sexual orientation diversity
International Women's Day (March 8) is the story of ordinary women as makers of history; it is rooted in the centuries-old struggle of women to participate in society on an equal footing with men. In ancient Greece, Lysistrata initiated a sexual strike against men in order to end war; during the French Revolution, Parisian women calling for "liberty, equality, fraternity" marched on Versailles to demand women's suffrage.
In today's workplace, we celebrate the significant contributions of women toward a more civilized work environment. It's because of women's courageous revolt against sexual harassment, violence in the workplace, discrimination, bullying, and other abnormalities that were accepted as a normal way of doing business that we now have a better workplace for women and men alike.
Gender Diversity is part of HumaNext training and certification . Become a Certified Diversity and Inclusion Trainer below..
HumaNext Train-the-Trainer and Coach-the-Coach 3-in-1 Program Enables You to Train and Coach on Diversity & Inclusion; Cultural Intelligence; or Inclusion Intelligence that adds EQ and Innovation
Here is how our HumaNext 3-in-1 Program works:
1- You learn the techniques to become a great trainer on any topic using our Heart & Mind Learning Methodology.
2- You learn to become a great coach and get the tools to coach others to achieve their goals.
3- You learn and get certified to deliver a complete workshop on one or more of the following programs:
No other certification program offers you this opportunity to become a great trainer, an effective coach, and an expert facilitator of a complete workshop!
1- Diversity & Inclusion at Work
2- Inclusion Intelligence: Covering Inclusion, Emotional Intelligence, and Innovation at work in one online certification process
3- Cross Cultural Skills and Global Competency
Your choice, all with our 3-in-1 Certification. Learn more on this page...