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  • 04 Oct 2013 12:29 PM | Anonymous
    You might be interested in an article that appears in the August September issue of The Suit Magazine "Cultural Awarness Underlies Success in Globa; Markets" (page 52).
  • 15 May 2013 3:56 PM | Anonymous
    Michael F. Tucker, Ph.D., CMC, founding member of SIETAR and Fellow in the Intercultural Academny of Intercultural Research, has been appointed a Trustee to the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes, representing the Institute of Management Consultants USA.  The IMC is the certifying body and professional association for management consultants in the United States.  The ICMCI is the global association of management consulting institutes from around the world, made up of member institutes from 50 nations, with more than 50,000 individual members and almost 10,000 Certified Management Consultants.
  • 15 Jan 2013 10:55 PM | Lisa La Valle-Finan
    http://www.sietareuropacongress.org/pages/welcome

    The dates for the event are: 
    Wednesday Evening, September 18th to Saturday Night, September 21st 2013.  A special 'how to' day of workshops to enhance your business offering to your clients will be held on Wednesday 18th.

    The working theme of the congress is 'Global Reach, Local Touch'promoting the need for inclusionary thinking, the valuing of diversity and the synergistic performance of people working together across the globe - reflecting the reality of our everyday lives.

    Different from before, this event will be a 'glocal' congress where we will be using the latest technology to be wired to the rest of the world for broadcasting and receiving live presentations from partner organisations across the globe. We will have live interaction from our audience via Twitter, Facebook, etc. There will also be TED-style presentations and workshops.

    Similar to the previous events there will be closed meetings, committee meetings and plenary sessions. Once again we will have a chance to discuss the most important issues, new research data and exchange ideas.

    Tallinn, one of the most beautiful cities in this part of Europe, is a dynamic and radiant city that features stunning architecture and a vibrant cultural life. You will have plenty of touring and shopping opportunities to take advantage of in the city. In 2011, Tallinn was the European Capital of Culture. Take time to wander through the Tallinn's many historical landmarks and enjoy the grace of scenery. It's a little-known city with a big heart. 

    I will be delighted to welcome you to Tallinn in September 2013.

    On behalf of the Congress Organizing Committee 


    Kind regards,

    Deborah_swallow_sietar

    Debby

    Dr Deborah Swallow
    President of SIETAR Europa

  • 17 Oct 2012 12:20 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    2012 Conference Theme: Navigating Complexity in an Intercultural World
    Twelfth Annual SIETAR-USA Conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA!
    See http://sietarusaconference.com
     
  • 11 Nov 2011 1:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Webinar Registration 

    We are happy to announce 11.11.11 as the World Day of Interconnectedness. We celebrate it to build a better world.

    A deep sense of interconnectedness, or oneness, is at the core of decisions and actions that are life affirming and good for the whole. It will bring forth an environmentally sustainable, fulfilling and socially just human presence.

    By organizing a worldwide 24 hour event with a focus on interconnectedness, we manifest and attract more of what we want on a global scale: a greater sense of interconnectedness as a foundation for a world that works for all life.

    As part of the 24 hour event Young SIETAR and InterConnectedness facilitate an inspiring virtual conference for everyone who wants to experience and contribute to interconnectedness beyond cultural and other borders.

    Agenda

    14.00 Opening virtual conference

    14.15 Increasing interconnectedness through Authentic Leadership - Els van Asperen

    14.45 Interconnectedness and Intercultural Dialogue - Jackie Wasilewski

    15.15 Interconnectedness beyond cultures - Veronique Kilian

    15.45 Questions and discussion

    16.00 End

    This event is accessible and FREE for anyone.

    I hope to meet you online during this inspiring conference.

    Kind regards,

    Veronique Kilian
    veroniquekilian@msn.com 

  • 11 Aug 2011 6:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Request for Presentations  

    The CHRA 2012 Human Resources Conference
    SMART HR: We’ve Got An App For That!
    INVESCO Field at Mile High - Denver, Colorado
    Friday, January 20, 2012
    7:00 AM – 4:30 PM

    The Colorado Human Resource Association’s Conference Planning Committee invites HR practitioners and corporate partners to share knowledge and expertise with their colleagues at the CHRA 2012 Human Resources Conference.
     
    Proposals must be sent no later than Friday, September 2, 2011.

    Please learn about the conference tracks, speaker requirements and submit your presentation online:
    HR Conference Request for Presentation Information   
    Speaker Submission Information   
  • 09 Apr 2010 2:26 PM | Anonymous

    The Grant Writing Workshop presents
    Professional Grant Proposal Writing Workshop

    May 13-14, 2010
    8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
    San Francisco, California

    The Professional Grant Proposal Writing Workshop  is a hands-on, intensive session that leads participants through the entire grant proposal and funding research processes. Through an intense two day workshop, participants will receive an overview of program planning basics along with advanced writing techniques to develop your winning proposal. This results-based workshop allows each student to walk out with a thorough proposal outline, completed worksheets necessary for proposal submission, and a starting collection of publications and resources to build your development library. This course is designed to provide your organization with the competitive advantage necessary in our modern grants award environment.

    The Professional Grant Proposal Writing Workshop will cover the following during the two day workshop:
     
    (1) Fundamentals of Program Planning
     
    This session will teach professional program development essentials and program evaluation. While most grantsmanship  "workshops" treat program development and evaluation as separate from the writing of a proposal, this class will teach students the relationship between overall program planning and proposal writing.
     
    (2) Strategic Funding Research
     
    At its foundation, this session will address the basics of foundation, corporation, and government grant research. However, this course will emphasize a strategic funding research approach that encourages writers to see research not as something they do before they write a proposal, but as an integrated part of the grant  seeking process. Students will be exposed to online and database research tools, as well as publications and directories that contain information about foundation, corporation, and government grant opportunities. Focusing on funding sources and basic social science research, this course teaches students how to use research as part of a strategic grant  acquisition effort.

    (3) Professional Proposal Writing
     
    Designed to obtain tangible results, this session will make each student an overall proposal writing  specialist. In addition to teaching the basic components of a grant proposal, successful approaches, and the do's and don'ts of grant writing, this session is infused with expert principles that will lead to a mastery of the process. Strategy resides at the forefront of this session's intent to illustrate grant  writing as an integrated, multidimensional, and dynamic endeavor. Each student will learn to stop writing the grant and to start writing the story. Ultimately, this session will conclude with a completed proposal outline.

    TO REGISTER:

    Tuition for this two day workshop is $399.00.

    Those interested in attending must register at www.TheGrantWritingWorkshop.org. Registration will remain open until the maximum amount of registered attendees has been reached.

    For more Information about this training, please call us at (888) 814-6912.

    ABOUT US

    From major foundation programs to stimulus grants, The Grant Writing Workshop has offered straight forward and results-oriented proposal writing and development courses led by experienced development professionals for over 20 years. Our approach is modern and simple. Our emphasis on storytelling and proposal structure avoids unnecessary confusion. We train competent proposal writing experts and provide our participants the tools they need to simplify the grant proposal process. The Grant Writing Workshop has trained thousands of nonprofit, government agency, and academic research professionals our proven strategies and approaches to developing grant proposals that get funded.

  • 09 Apr 2010 2:25 PM | Anonymous
    In the summer of 2010 the first “Summer Academy on Intercultural Experience” will take place in Karlsruhe, in the south of Germany. It will be cooperatively organized by Karlshochschule – International University and AFS Interkulturelle Begegnungen e.V. It approaches relevant topics in the field of intercultural management and communication and is intended to foster the intercultural perspective within the field of management theory as well as to develop applied solutions for the problems in business and society. Through the Summer Academy on Intercultural Experience we hope to continue the dialogue between researchers and practitioners of different backgrounds.

    The Summer Academy will last three weeks (August 16th - September 3rd 2010) and students can enroll for either two or three weeks. The academy will offer lectures on Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Management, Cultures and Conflicts, European Cultural Studies, Intercultural Training and Coaching as well as Intercultural Teams and Leadership.

    All courses will include workshop sessions with complementary theoretical and practical content offered by academic staff and AFS-trainers which are experts with large experience in international environments.

    The Summer Academy which will be held in English is open to anyone aged 18-35 with a demonstrable interest in the field of intercultural communications and management. Primary target groups are undergraduate students and young professionals with a background or interest in intercultural experiences.
    Participants will be awarded a Certificate after successfully completing courses at the Academy. Students who successfully complete two (three) courses within two (three) weeks will not only be awarded a certificate but also earn four (six) ECTS.

    We would be very pleased by your interest in the Summer Academy and we would highly appreciate you passing on the information to interested audiences.

    For more information on the program, the registration process as well as scholarships, please visit the webpage: http://summeracademy-karlsruhe.org
  • 05 Apr 2010 12:42 PM | Anonymous

    For over 15 years, Ruben Hernandez (member of Sietar Germany) has been compiling national surveys focused on how different cultures want to hear and see business and sales presentations. They are now available online.

    Each article is divided into three sections totaling between 1700 - 2200 words. The first section is a diagrammed profile – using 13 cultural dimensions linked to presentations. An explanation of how these dimensions express themselves in presentations can be found on the website at the link given below. The second section covers the precise pointers on how to adapt your presentation in specific areas that include: acceptable and non-acceptable attitude of the speaker, preferred speaker qualities and body language, presentation structure, degree of background needed, content differences, listening patterns, key persuasion buttons, areas to highlight (and ignore), summary content, Q & A, and even how to dress properly for your talk. Section three is a list of likes and dislikes (do’s and don’ts) that functions as a concise summary of each article.

    The pointers are skewed toward business presentations, but non-business-related speakers will also glean useful information here. There are currently 15 articles online – with more on the way; each one costs € 11.95. 

    Link: http://www.ip-academy.de/index.php?id=231


    Brief Bio

    Ruben Hernandez (American) lives in the Munich Area of Germany. He has a B.A. in Cultural Geography, an M.A. in Education, and an MBA. He is a freelance intercultural and business-skills trainer who has worked mostly for Fortune 500 companies on 4 continents. He, along with his team, has given his banner seminar, “Powerful Presentations – Around the World” to over 4000 participants from over 60 different countries.

  • 17 Mar 2010 2:37 PM | Anonymous

    Call for Proposals
    Proposal Deadline Extended: March 20, 2010

    The Center for Women's Intercultural Leadership at Saint Mary's College is pleased to call for proposals for its second international conference on Women as Intercultural Leaders.  Please see the announcement below and feel free to spread the information widely.

     Women as Intercultural Leaders: 
    Imagination, Innovation, Integrity

    Second interdisciplinary conference exploring the intersections of women's studies, international and multicultural education, entrepreneurship, and leadership development hosted by

    Center for Women’s Intercultural Leadership
    Saint Mary’s College
    Notre Dame, Indiana USA
    September 30 – October 2, 2010

    (Thursday noon to noon Saturday)

    In 2010 the Center for Women's Intercultural Leadership (CWIL) marks 10 years of fostering the intercultural competence critical for the next generation of women leaders across the Saint Mary’s campus, connecting with communities at the local, state, national, and global levels. This interactive conference brings together theorists, scholars, professionals, educators, community activists, practitioners, and students.  Participants have opportunities for networking, sharing best practices, and joining a national conversation about emerging work on the following conference themes:

    •    Thinking in new ways about women’s leadership and promoting women as change agents
    •    Developing women’s entrepreneurship
    •    Articulating ethical and spiritual foundations
    •    Internationalizing and interculturalizing the curriculum and co-curriculum
    •    Building collaborative relationships between colleges and communities and across disciplines

    Visit CWIL’s conference website www.saintmarys.edu/cwil-conference to download the Conference Proposal Form. Additional conference information will be posted on CWIL’s Web site as it becomes available.


    Mana Derakhshani, Ph.D.
    Professor of French
    Coordinator of the Intercultural Studies Program
    Associate Director
    Center for Women's Intercultural Leadership
    Saint Mary's College
    Notre Dame, IN 46556
    574-284-4058

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