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Cultural Competence: Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion (04/08/11)

Center for Community-Based & Nonprofit Orgs.

Friday, April 8, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)

Cultural Competence: Embracing Diversity and Creating...

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Non-profit or government workers, students, unemployed people and independents (limit of three people per organization) Ended Free $0.00
If sponsored by small- to medium-sized businesses (limit of two people per organization) Ended $50.00 $0.00
If sponsored by large-sized businesses (limit of two people per organization) Ended $150.00 $0.00

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Event Details

Austin Community College

Highland Business Center

Room 411

5930 Middle Fiskville Road

Austin TX 78752 USA

About the Event

“Diversity” has become something of a dirty word in the USA due to tokenism, quotas and some dubious training practices. This practical, interactive workshop will help both willing and skeptical participants understand what Diversity, Inclusion and Culture are all about and why they are so important in the non-profit environment, for their organization, for their internal and external counterparts and for themselves. They will then learn why and how people work and communicate in different ways and begin practicing how to relate to others more effectively in future.

Workshop Objectives:

 

Participants will:

1.     Learn what it means to be diverse, inclusive and culturally competent in the non-profit environment and why it is important for our community, our organizations and us as individuals

2.     Understand how their and others’ personal values, behaviors and communication styles are determinded by a mixture of different cultural factors

3.     Begin practicing how to work and communicate with people from other cultures more effectively in future

 

Comments from Previous Workshop Participants:

“Its funny actually. I have always left these types of training feeling bad about myself or feeling hopeless about "cultural competency".  Everything was always so negative and defeating.  But this training was very different.  I felt a desire to learn more about all of the beautiful cultures we have and felt more connected to others.  It felt great to be a part of something that is helping us grow as humans and provided a sense of healing and connectedness. Awesome!”

“Terrific class - Jeremy's very unassuming approach makes this class a safe space to discuss issues, challenges and opportunities.”

“Best cultural competence training I ever attended.”

Session Leader(s):  Jeremy Solomons 

  Jeremy Solomons is the UK-born and USA-naturalized founder and president of Jeremy Solomons & Associates, which helps current and future leaders to connect and communicate effectively across all cultures – geographical, organizational, professional and individual.

  From his base in Austin, he coaches, consults, designs curriculum, facilitates and trains in the areas of: Career/Life Planning; Creative Problem Solving; Cultural Competence: Leading Communities and Teams; Post-Merger Integration and Synergy; Strategic Planning; Well-Dressed Presenting and Naked Facilitating; and Whole-Brain Thinking.

  In the areas of Diversity, Inclusion and Cultural Competence, he has consulted on strategy and co-designed and -facilitated many interactive training sessions, most recently for 3M, American Cancer Society, Association of Chinese-American Professionals, Association of Texas Professional Educators, Austin Community College, Austin Energy, Austin Police Dept., Big Brothers Big Sisters, Capital Area Food Bank, Caritas, City of Austin, Communities in Schools, Dell, Farm Credit Bank of Texas, Leadership Austin, Leadership Texas, Seton Family of Hospitals, Shell Oil, Texas General Land Office, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Texas Historical Commission, Texas Office of Immigration and Refugee Affairs, Texas State University, Texas Workforce Commission and the University of Texas.

  For ACC, he has designed and delivered a series of periodical, open enrollment workshops for the CCBNO since 2002. Topics have covered: Communicating Effectively across Cultures; Cultural Competence; Dealing with Difficult People and Situations; Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion; Managing your Manager and Planning a Meaningful Career. He has also designed and led Cultural Competence workshops for ACC's Associate Degree in Nursing, Adult Education Program and the Certificate in Non-Profit Leadership and Management.

In the past, Jeremy managed a diverse staff and worked with clients and colleagues from all over the globe, while employed as a full-time Banker, Educator and Journalist in six multinational institutions in eight countries: France, Germany, Hong Kong (and China), Israel, Italy, Switzerland, the UK and the USA. He can be reached directly at jersol@aol.com.


Event Contact

Event Coordinator

Neelam Noorani

Candyss Bryant

512-223-7111

512-223-7051

512-223-7208-fax

512-223-7208-fax

nnoorani@austincc.edu

cbryant1@austincc.edu

www.nonprofitaustin.org

 

 

Hosted by

Center for Community-Based and Nonprofit Organizations at
Austin Community College

Working effectively to bring people and assets together
to achieve the common good.

The Center for Community-Based & Nonprofit Organizations at Austin Community College (ACC CCBNO) serves those engaged in the Nonprofit Sector by leveraging community assets and serving as a community partnership broadening the horizons and possibilities for those engaged in the Nonprofit Sector

  • Connecting the Nonprofit Sector
  • Providing Professional & Volunteer Development Learning Opportunities
  • Making available Resources, Information, & Referral
  • Offering Coaching, Consultation, Collaboration
Have questions about Cultural Competence: Embracing Diversity and Creating Inclusion (04/08/11)? Contact Center for Community-Based & Nonprofit Orgs.

When & Where


Austin Community College - Highland Business Center
5930 Middle Fiskville Road
Room 411
Austin, TX 78752

Friday, April 8, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CDT)


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