Workshops and Events
Cultural Intelligence – Learn to Connect with Volunteers across Cultures
October 23 @ 9:15 am - 4:30 pmA$175.00 - A$210.00
Volunteer organisations operate at the forefront of the “global village” that is multicultural Australia.
But are you effectively attracting, recruiting and retaining volunteers from various cultural backgrounds?
Join us for an interactive session to learn how to create an inclusive environment and engage with multicultural communities.
Using evidence-based Cultural Intelligence (CQ) methods, we will:
- Discover 3 vital questions to ask on culture
- Look at everyday situations from different cultural angles
- Get a Cultural Intelligence (CQ) toolbox for bridging cultural gaps, and
- Take away an action plan for immediate application in your area of work
Course Content includes:
- From cultural awareness to cross-cultural connections – three key steps
- Cultural Literacy – a neutral language for discussing cultural differences
- Cultural Awareness – uncovering the hidden depths of culture
- Cultural Dimensions – the data on cultural differences
- Cross-Cultural Communication – connecting effectively across cultures (scenarios)
- Inclusion Nudges – Nobel Prize-winning theory applied to a list of impactful things you can do to welcome a diverse group of volunteers.
Add Cultural Intelligence to your skill-set, increase inclusion and connections in your community, and boost the sustainability of your organisation.
Please note that on the day of the workshop you must arrive for registration at 9:15am for a 9:30am sharp start.
Please note minimum numbers are required for this workshop.
About the Facilitator – Charlotta Oberg:
Charlotta has facilitated cultural capabilities in over 30 countries on four continents for the past two decades. She equips professionals with the competence and confidence to interact successfully across cultures.
Leading PRISMA cross-cultural consultants, Charlotta works with organisations nationally and internationally – from Sydney to Singapore to Stockholm. Her recent engagements include Cultural Intelligence keynotes in fields as diverse as astronomy, children’s services and luxury brands. Charlotta also teaches cross-cultural management at UNSW. Her aim is to support people to thrive in their global village, and contribute to a society where everyone belongs.