Essentials of Cultural Competence Program 

This course is designed for professionals interested in enhancing their own culture competence and engaging in ways that increase your organization’s overall capacity related to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) goals.

Essentials of Cultural Competence is more essential now more than ever. We are in a moment of redefinition. We have to get past polarizing exchanges and embrace the rich diversity of experiences and expectations that are going to allow us to flourish going forward.

More practically, we need solid skills for resolving conflict, coaching employees, enhancing engagement, creating breakthrough experiences with new customer groups, and nurturing innovation; all of which are happening in culturally complex environments. Now is the time to invest in growing, practicing and modeling the behavior that is crucial for workplace and community success.

Culture competence is more than an attitude; it is a skill set that requires investment and practice. This course provides essential learning at every step of the developmental process—awareness, knowledge, skills, and action—to help you continue to enhance your culture competence. Research-based concepts will be complemented with immediate applicable skills and tools.

By the end of this course, you should feel significantly more confident and competent in your ability to read and navigate culturally nuanced relationships. You will have a toolkit for your ongoing reference and to share with others in your workplace and personal relationships

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Essentials of Cultural Competence course, with 4.5 hours of asynchronous content and 2 facilitated sessions. Sign up now for any of the 2023 courses beginning:

Upcoming 2023 Program Dates (first Tuesday of the month):

June 6th to June 23rd

September 5th to September 22nd

Who Is The Essentials of Culture Comptence Course For?

This course is for both individuals & organizations that:

  • Want access to a broad application of cross-culturally competent behaviors in the workplace, communities, and schools.
  • Seek breakthrough thinking, competencies and tools to advance personal and/or professional Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion goals.