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Building an Intercultural Workplace – ANTIGONISH
March 11 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
LEADERSHIP FOR A DIVERSE WORKPLACE CULTURE
This engaging workshop series, facilitated by Paul Pickering, Workplace Culture Program Coordinator – ISANS, helps you recognize and use skills already in-house, and counter challenges you likely have, to increase immigrant retention. We get very practical about managing a workspace that is welcoming for everyone.
We provide relevant information about CSCNS and ISANS, facilitate interactive activities, and identify next steps to keep your business strong and growing. Immigration can make the difference to your business, and this workshop provides tools for success.
Workshop will run from 11am-2pm
Time will be set aside for networking.
A light lunch will be provided.
Paul Pickering has been assisting employers and individuals with issues of immigration, cultural competence, diversity and inclusion since 1995. He holds the position of Coordinator, Workplace Culture at Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia in Halifax (ISANS), and has worked there since 2012, providing workshops, Workplace Culture Assessments and other employer services. He draws from professional and personal experience living and working in the USA, The UK, South Korea, The Czech Republic and Estonia. He and his family immigrated to Canada in 2011. Paul has a BA in Cultural Anthropology, an MA in Communication Studies, and a Teaching Diploma in Lifelong Learning.
“Great, need you to come train our employers. Awesome!”
“Very helpful – brings to mind all values necessary to be inclusive in all facets of society, employment.”
“Increased awareness, great discussion. Facilitation – will pass on information, discussion with co-workers.”