Webinar -- Leveraging Multicultural and Global Experience into Workplace Strengths

  • 13 Nov 2018
  • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM


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Contrary to popular belief global, multilingual and multicultural experiences often aren’t seen in the workplace as strengths and can be undervalued or perceived negatively. This webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, November 13 from 12:30pm - 1:30pm U.S. Eastern Time, will share research and behavioral strategies for understanding how effective global leadership and intercultural skills of multicultural and globally mobile individuals can be translated into effective practice in professional settings. During this webinar, participants will: 
  • Learn some common globally developed strengths and how they can be undervalued or have negative effects
  • Understand how negative perceptions can limit individual personal and professional potential 
  • Hear effective real-world career examples from the research and experiences of globally mobile individuals, adult Third Culture Kids (TCK) and adult Cross-Cultural Kids (CCK). Participants invited to share their own experiences.
Participants will take away behavioral descriptions, ideas and strategies to implement with clients and in the workplace that can translate multicultural and global knowledge, skills, and attitudes into positive impact.

Registration is free to SIETAR USA members and $25 for nonmembers. 

Jody Conibear TangrediJody Conibear Tangredi has over 20 years Fortune 500, non-profit and military experience in the management, development and implementation of international programs and people who work cross-culturally.  She is effective as a leader, consultant, program designer, instructor and facilitator in her current consulting role.  Jody excels in analyzing how to manage global change, complexity and effective interactions among cultural differences.  Her applied experiences are grounded in thought-leadership through an MA in Intercultural Relations and professional certifications in intercultural communication and global leadership instruments.  Having grown up between 7 countries and worked in Japan, Canada and the US, she recently co-founded an information-sharing Washington D.C. affiliate for the non-profit Families in Global Transition (FIGT), and serves on their Board.

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