Diversity training is important to making individuals as successful as possible in today’s multi-cultural and multi-generational world.
The problem with much of today’s diversity training is that it is not always as user-friendly as it could be. Audiences can find themselves struggling with some of the technical and/or academic language used to explain different aspects of culture and generations. We have made sure our training is very user-friendly!
Without diversity training, a client can easily find themselves trying to overcome cross-cultural and/or cross-generational challenges they are unable to resolve since they are virtually cross-culturally blind or cross-generationally blind. It is difficult to be as successful as possible if you do not understand the different culture and/or different generation you are dealing with and how to adapt to such important areas as your behavior and communications.
The USA and Canada have a large multicultural population consisting of a mosaic of individuals from different cultures. Failure to be as successful as possible with the multicultural market can be an unnecessary high cost to business professionals. Both countries also have a significant populations of different generations that represents a major business opportunity as well.
I specialize in cultural presentations and/or generational presentations that are 100% customized. The result is actionable solutions to help them overcome cultural and/or generational differences that are causing them the most difficulties. Each presentations is “information-rich” to ensure a client gains valuable diversity insights, knowledge, and tools they can use with confidence and success.
My cultural competency training and/or generational competency training provides the key “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of becoming more successful with specific cultures and/or generations.
For cultural and generational training to be as valuable as possible to a client, it must bridges the gap of where a client is today and where they want to be tomorrow.
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