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Cultural Intelligence & Diversity in the Workplace

Cultural Intelligence & Diversity in the Workplace

When:

  • Tue 10 Sep, 1:00pm – 4:30pm

Where:

Windsor Park Baptist Church, 550 East Coast Road, Mairangi Bay, Mairangi Bay

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard: $224.25
  • 3rd and subsequent attendees from the same organisation: $201.25
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Engage Effectively with Diverse Cultures
The aim of this workshop is to facilitate how individuals and organisations can work and lead effectively in cross-cultural environments. Cultural Intelligence is fundamental to the evolution and transformation of any organisation and will open your eyes to the potential of your greatest assets, people.

Culturally intelligent workplaces embrace difference and capitalise on its value by creating dynamic and engaging environments. This workshop will allow you to understand the cultural diversity of your organisation, help you understand the important link to unconscious bias, encourage reflection of your current practice and help you explore ways to unlock the potential in diverse markets

Learning Outcomes:
- Gain an overview of Aotearoa New Zealand’s bi-cultural history and ethnic diversity
- Understand the key components of cultural intelligence - drivers, knowledge, strategy and action
- Be introduced to the neuroscience about unconscious bias and how we view people who look different to us
- Leave with tools and strategies that will enhance the way you think, act and communicate
- Confidently develop personal and organisational goals to build a vibrant and inclusive work environment

Who Should Attend:
This workshop is relevant to all businesses, and to anyone who supervises or manages a team including:
Directors, CEO's and senior managers of corporate organisations
Trustee's, Board or Committee members of NFP's
Iwi Trusts
Associations and Member organisations
Government departments and local councils.

The Presenter
Vasa Fia Collins
Fia is a diversity and inclusion specialist; engaging facilitator and an exceptional event manager. Most recently in her role as Diversity and Inclusion Manager at Diversity Works New Zealand, she delivered national presentations on unconscious bias, gender equity, youth enablement and cultural responsiveness.

Of Samoan heritage, born and raised in Ranui, West Auckland, she is a trained secondary school teacher with experience in the public and not-for-profit sector. Having mentored many young women she continues to work closely with a number of community organisations.

Fia is an active member of her local church and is married with a young daughter. Her passions include netball, siva Samoa and homeschooling. She holds the Samoan tulafale chiefly title of Vasa from the village of Puapua, Savaii and is a fluent speaker of Samoan.

Testimonials:
Thank you for such a powerful and inspirational presentation. Our International Women’s Day event was successful because of the calibre of speakers of which you were one of. Your narrative on the important topic of cultural intelligence and unconscious bias was invaluable to our audience. Fa’afetai lava!

Phonderly Siohane, National Executive Member NZEI Te Riu Roa, Associate Principal New Windsor School

Awesome, amazing and totally inspiring session with Fia Collins. What a presentation. Thank you so much Fia in helping us understand Cultural Intelligence and authentic leadership.

Helen Senior, Manager - Good Seeds Trust

Today’s PD on cultural intelligence was both enlightening and uplifting. The session was made more pleasant by having such a warm yet dynamic presenter. Great pace, warm and friendly yet professional disposition.

Noelene Dunn, Teacher - Manukau Institute of Technology School of Tertiary- Secondary Studies.

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