BUILDING INTERCULTURAL VIABILITY(TM) IN ORGANISATIONS: The Development of Collective Intercultural Adaptability

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Join this course to help your organisation—or those of your clients if you are an external consultant—pursue the strategic goal of sustainable adaptive potential to social change.

In addition to predictable changes such as increasingly multicultural societies and greater emphasis on equity and inclusion issues, future social situations are sure to include unpredictable changes such as the ones that have occurred during the Covid pandemic. Since organizations cannot prepare for such changes specifically, they need help in developing a general adaptive capacity.

The course will use the new concept of Intercultural Viability™—the probability that an organization can adapt to unpredictable changes in multicultural social conditions—to guide advanced practical applications of a constructivist paradigm, a model of perceptual development, and coherent activities that foster intercultural consciousness. Participants will learn how to approach organizational adaptive capacity in a coherent way, how to explain it to stakeholders, how to coordinate program design elements, and how to select appropriate assessment methods.

For course additional details see the Institute for Developing Across Differences website.

  • Leading or significantly supporting the planning and/or implementation of an intercultural development training or education initiative for a corporation, educational institution, governmental department, healthcare facility, NGO or similar.
  • Already understand the fundamentals of intercultural competence with emphasis on individual level development.

For course additional details see the Institute for Developing Across Differences website.

BUILDING INTERCULTURAL VIABILITY(TM) IN ORGANISATIONS: The Development of Collective Intercultural Adaptability

EUR 1450.00

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