Upcoming events

How is productivity measured in different cultures?

Thursday, 27 April 2017, 6.30-8.30pm at London School of International Communication, 15 Holland Park Gardens, London, W14 8DZ

Hear about different approaches to productivity in different countries, with a main focus on Indian work practices. We will also find out about links between productivity and engagement. Our interactive workshop will focus on cultural and personal perspectives.

Speakers: Michael Jenkins; CEO of Roffey Park , Yogesh Sholapurkar; Founder & Director of Babel Fish Solutions and Jasmine Dumasia; Culture Coach at Culture Hacks

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UBUNTU workshops

6 April,  26 April & 22 May 2017, 6:30pm – 9:00pm @ High Town Methodist Church Front Hall, 47 High Town Road, Luton, Beds, LU2 0BW
SIETAR UK is excited to announce a new FREE three-workshop programme titled ‘UBUNTU – Sowing Seeds of Solidarity’, in partnership with GRASSROOTS, Luton Council of Faiths and Near Neighbours.
We have a limited number of spaces available for SIETAR members!
In light of ongoing challenges within society being exacerbated by Brexit and increases in Hate Crime across the country, there is a strong fear that many communities may feel increasingly isolated and so withdraw further into themselves. Therefore, this programme has been designed to enable representatives to:
  • Go on a journey of self-discovery, our culture and who we are
  • Enter into dialogue with others and identify our shared goals and values
  • Encourage collaboration, support and acts of solidarity between each other
  • Learn how we can meet the challenges of division, intolerance and isolation
  • Work towards a more cohesive and harmonious society
 Places are limited and so must be reserved in advance. Refreshments are included. Each workshop covers different subject matter and so it is expected that delegates can attend all three workshops.
For a FREE ticket send an email to admingrassroots@btconnect.com

Intercultural Communication Training & Coaching Skills Workshop

Saturday, 6. May, 9:30am-5:00pm at Birkbeck University, Malet St, London WC1E 7HX

This highly interactive full-day workshop, led by experienced intercultural trainers, will provide an overview of the field of intercultural training and coaching, and provide participants with information and resources to develop further skills to pursue or enhance a career in the field.

Space is limited, so advance booking required.

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Birkbeck students – get your tickets here

Read this comprehensive article on what it takes to become an intercultural trainer

 

 


If you would like to speak at one of our events or would like to host one, please get in touch.