2008 – Cultural competency for managers and supervisors

,
2008 – Cultural competency for managers and supervisors

We delivered a workshop ‘Cultural Competency for Managers and Supervisors’.

What distinguishes ‘cultural competency’ is that it operates at multiple levels -individual, professional, organisational and systemic – to deliver a responsive service to people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.

In a research report by Robert Bean, The Effectiveness of Cross-Cultural Training in the Australian Context, 2006, cross cultural training was identified as an important element in the development of individual and organisational cultural competence.

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April 22, 2015

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