PMI-NEW February 2020 Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 17:30 PM

990 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay, WI 54304, USA

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PMI-NEW February Monthly Event


Recent studies in cognitive neuroscience have reinforced the understanding that culture is an invisible lens, influencing all of our choices, attitudes, behaviors, and assumptions. Meanwhile, diversity can either be seen as a great benefit to creativity and strength to be nurtured, or a minefield to be avoided. Join us for our February Monthly event as we hear from Dr. Cooper Wakefield on the topic of culture awareness and it's impact on our world and our work. 

This presentation demonstrates the following:
•  A lack of cultural self-awareness is normal but precarious
•  A lack of cultural awareness inhibits communication processes
•  Cultural training can increase self-cultural and other-cultural awareness
•  Cultural awareness can lead to significant benefits in interpersonal and workplace relationships
•  The IDI, a tool for assessing and improving an individual's or organization's cultural competence, provides functional data to increase cultural competence

We hope to see you there!

Cost: $25.00 for onsite  $15.00 for webcast

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