MORE THAN FLAGS, FOODS, AND FESTIVALS
When we talk about being culturally competent, many of us think about “celebrating diversity”. What if there was more to it than that? What if you could start looking at the world with an eye towards being more aware, not only of other people but also of yourself?
Developing cultural competency includes examining our own biases and developing the willingness to learn and be educated from a different point of view. In addition it involves examining our societal rituals, roles, and values with the acknowledgment that other people have other ways of thinking, doing, and believing.
Being culturally competent can help with your ability to interact successfully with all kinds of people. In this presentation you will cultivate your ability to understand, communicate with, and interact with people across cultures.