Leading & Managing Across Cultures

Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019
1 – 4 p.m.
$175

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A Skill to Position You for Success

Intercultural competency is a top priority for hiring managers even if you aren’t pursuing an international position. Managing increasing cultural diversity in international business, or in any other working environment, is one of the major challenges that globalization has introduced to our world. These differences in culture can lead to higher levels of stress, conflict and uncertainty in the workspace. Cultural variables must be understood regardless of the background of each professional and it is imperative for organizational success now, more than ever, to bridge cultural gaps and embrace intercultural diversity.

In this program you will:

  • Know the basic concepts and variables at play to successfully lead and manage in multicultural contexts
  • Become familiar with models to analyze multicultural dynamics at work
  • Learn what to do to successfully interact with people from other cultures
  • Understand the reason why intercultural conflicts happen and practice how to solve and reduce intercultural conflicts
  • Learn tools to lead and manage across cultures such as how to reach an agreement with cultures different from North America

About our CU Expert

Antonio Papuzza head shotAntonio Papuzza is an international business and organizational behavior professional. He has been working as an international consultant for longer than 15 years with companies, organizations, and institutions in several countries in all of the six continents. He has a PhD in Anthropological Sciences (Economic and Business Anthropology) and works at the Leeds School of Business, with the Division of Management, as a Cross-Cultural Management and Negotiation specialist both at undergraduate and MBA level. His research and book in progress – the Cultural Immunity Hypothesis – focus on how cultural variables drive different leadership and management practices that affect life, work, and business globally.

Who Should Attend

This workshop is designed for current or emerging managers of multicultural teams, leaders of global projects, professionals interested in working abroad, individuals responsible for leading culturally or nationally diverse teams or anyone looking to promote an inclusive environment and better understand how to manage cultural variables.

Location

This workshop is located at CU South Denver (10035 S. Peoria St., Lone Tree, CO 80134). Located one mile east of I-25 along Lincoln Ave. There is plenty of free parking available.

Please note that this program is offered as a non-credit course and will not appear on any CU transcripts or apply towards any degree programs.

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