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Managing Cultural Difference in the Supervisor-Supervisee Relationship

 

Friday, April 29, 2016
Preferred registration deadline: April 22nd

8:30 - 11:30 a.m.

3 CEUs


President, International Institute Community Development Corporation
Senior Vice-President for Individuals and Families, International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis
Suzanne LeLaurin, LCSW

. When our own cultural framework is different from our supervisee, we may experience challenges in creating and maintaining effective relationships. Hoebel defines culture as “an integrated system of learned behavior patterns which are characteristic of the members of a society”

. Class size is limited to 24.While many of the examples we will explore concern employees from other countries, the skills and awareness involved are equally relevant to culturally-based differences among AmericansThis workshop will introduce participants to key dimensions of culture that are critical in the workplace, including approaches to hierarchy, team work, uncertainty and gender. This workshop will help you identify where challenges may arise and identify strategies to navigate those differences.

$10 Full-time Graduate Student
$30 Brown School Field Instructor
$50 General Admission

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