Enhancing Intercultural Competence
Kay Coder, Richland College, Dallas, TX
frequently presents workshops for faculty & staff
|Kay Coder is Professor of Sociology at Richland College (RLC) in Dallas, Texas.
About the Workshop
We are instructors and mentors of a student body that will be released into a global workplace. As a result, we see the value of modeling behaviors that reflect a greater intercultural competence.
Kay Coder gives participants the opportunity to experience a tried and tested approach for enhancing intercultural competence. The two 3.5-hour sessions are each based on one of the six stages in the Bennett's Developmental Model of Intercultural Sensitivity (DMIS). You will experience the first two interactive sessions.
About Kay Coder
Kay Coder is Professor of Sociology at Richland College (RLC) in Dallas, Texas. She led the development of the RLC Intercultural Competence Program, currently serves on the Curriculum Development Team, and facilitates sessions for numerous business, education, and government
Part 1: Introduction to Intercultural Competence I : Developing Cultural Self-Awareness and Intercultural Curiosity
Part 2: Introduction to Intercultural Competence II: Focusing on Commonalties and Intercultural Team Building
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