Cultural Competency 101
At its core, cultural competency refers to the ability to understand, communicate with and effectively interact with a variety of people. Because our workforce is increasingly diverse, we often work with people of different gender identities, race, religion, socio-economic status, and sexual orientation throughout the course of our workday. This can be easier said than done. Preconceived notions, sterotypes and assumptions-all ways we categorize and make sense of the world-often affect and color our interactions without us even being aware. This class provides a safe to reflect on our own assumptions and an opportunity to examine how our behaviors impact our daily responsibilities.
Topics covered include:
- Understanding how the assumptions we make affect the action we take
- Learning how to interrupt the Ladder of Inference
- Identifying how our own life experiences shape who we are and how we react to situations
- Applying the principles of cultural competency in a workplace setting
This course is for all staff including supervisors, job developers, and case managers.
Full day training–9:00am-4:00pm
November 14, 2017
Ellen Johnson & Kaitlyn McGovern, Chicago Jobs Council
* To access this member price, you must log in to your CJC account when registering.
Chicago Jobs Council
29 E. Madison Street, Suite 1700
Chicago, IL 60602
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