Programs Tagged With "cultural"
Do your people need to build trust? To create strong connections with a new community, new partners, or new clients? Trust is the gateway to doing the work you are here to do, but it is easier said than done. In this dynamic and motivational session, Emily examines how the natural tendencies of the brain may actually be getting in our way despite our best efforts to engage new communities, make connections and collaborate. Attendees leave with insights on how to work with their brain when they are challenged and pushed out of their comfort zones. They leave with practical tools for improve connection across cultural differences. Objectives: 1. Understanding of brain instinct when we are in unfamiliar terrain 2. One brain based tool to counter the instinct to shut down or remove oneself from new cultures
(Keynote, 2-Hr or Full Day Program) Have you ever wondered how the Walt Disney World ResortÂ® continues to produce a dynamic model on Business Excellence, Leadership, Working Environment and Customer Experience? Imagine if you could create a customer focused culture like Disney what would it look like? Picture your Organization and Team finally having a plan to: ïƒ¼ Easily Attract More Customers, Clients and Patients and Build Brand and Customer Loyalty For Life! ïƒ¼ Create A Disney-Like Friendly Business Culture! ïƒ¼ Stand Out, Never Compete on Price and Discounts Again and Destroy Your Competition! Forever! ïƒ¼ Attract and Hire Only the Best People! ïƒ¼ Positively Lead Others to Increase Productivity, Efficiency and Team Morale! ïƒ¼ Create a â€œWhistle While You Workâ€ Engaging Team Environment That Lasts! As a former successful Disney Leader, John will share his incredible experiences, real best practices and proven Disney success strategie...
Among the many factors that affect an organization’s ability to innovate, compete, engage employees and customers is their corporate culture. The culture of an organization is the driving force behind performance and Inevitably Profits. In this program, we will discuss how Leaders can use the (7) Keys for organizational transformation to improve their workplace, performance and profits
Humor is a universal human trait that crosses all cultures and societies. This presentation addresses how humor can be used to decrease prejudice and improve relationships of people from vastly different backgrounds. This presentation will discuss the role that baggage, projections, judgments and perceptions play in impeding our ability to appreciate cultural differences other communication styles and how humor can be used to overcome these obstacles. 1.Recognize ways that humor can be used to decrease prejudices 2.Demonstrate how humor can be used to knock down barriers the impede communication 3.Give examples of ways to respond to the use of inappropriate humor and how to educate those that use it.
We've all heard the myths, clichÃ©s, and rhetoric on the impact of globalization. We've heard sound bites on the customer trends, forecasts and prognostications. Many pundits and politicians talk about global leadership but they miss the core issue facing every business and community leader. When you are in a leadership role, "We" is getting trickier to define in terms of culture, race, ethnicity, gender roles, beliefs and values. A rapid cultural and demographic shift has occured over the past decade but it's not being addressed. For better or worse, the world of mad men is dead. Alive in its place lives a world pulsing with culturally diverse make up of business and social models, impacting your business growth and leadership practices. Now more than ever, leaders and companies must find ways to stay relevant in a world that is fundamentally different from the one being taught in textbooks. Farnaz will spark awareness of these rapid, critical cultural and demographic shi...
IIn this internationally acclaimed presentation, Barry speaks to leaders as well as those who need motivation to step into leadership in our ever changing world. In Rewriting History, Barry tells the story of how a teacher, three high school students, and a dynamic newspaperman bringing about justice in a 41-year-old hate crime. Barry created and led a diverse group that helped persuade the State of Mississippi to reopen one of the country's most notorious cold cases from the Civil Rights era. Your audiences will leave empowered as they glean insight from the messages Barry shares as he weaves the tale of these unlikely sleuths. It's an empowering message of everyday American citizens lobbying Congress, uncovering new evidence and witnesses, rallying public support, and changing history. In telling the fascinating story of the Mississippi Burning murders and the eventual resolution of the case, Barry presents a stirring message that will leave each listener seeing themselves as a...
The objective of the workshop is to provide an overview of the opportunities and challenges in navigating through cross-cultural communications. Cross-cultural communication includes working across countries and regions as well as across cultures within the United States. The workshop can be modified to focus on the importance of cultural understanding and the development of global skills in today's marketplace. Each workshop will consist of two interactive sessions and small group coaching. The workshop will be tailored to your organization's needs to make it as real-word and practical as possible. The workshops will last for one hour and thirty minutes each. Each workshop will be followed by a survey to collect data on skill retention after the workshops and to identify areas for further development.
United Planet is a non-profit organization with a mission â€“ to create a global community, one relationship at a time. We connect volunteers who want to make a difference with communities in 35 countries, where they learn, teach, work, engage and immerse themselves in a culture outside their comfort zone. For many, itâ€™s the most fulfilling experience of their lives.
Attendees engage in interactive education that leads them to appreciate their own worth and the value of those around them, appreciating the value of differences and similarities. Learning how to understand and enjoy others is a life long journey that leads to heightened awareness and accomplishment.
In today’s multicultural environment, it is still not uncommon for workplaces to be divided down racial or cultural lines. Devin addresses the topics of racism (direct or indirect) and intolerance head on, helping leadership teams break down barriers to productivity and achieve greater success as a result of increased understanding. Devin gives talks and workshops around the country, The programs below can be adapted for either keynote speeches or workshops. Book Devin to speak at your next event, please contact him at 1-888-964-1113 or email@example.com