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CCDI Webinar: Intercultural competence: The employer’s role

There is no denying that the cultural makeup of Canada is changing faster than ever before. It’s imperative that employers have a solid understanding of intercultural competence in order to ensure they are creating workplaces where people from different cultures (specifically those who have been raised outside of the “Canadian culture”) can strive and thrive.

This webinar will examine the subject of intercultural competence from the employers’ perspective. We will share tips and tricks to help address what employers need to do to create culturally inclusive workplaces.

Who should attend:

  • HR and D&I practitioners: These webinars are targeted toward HR and diversity and inclusion practitioners who have some information on the topic. They will answer the question “how to?” and provide participants with promising practices of how they can tackle some of the most pressing issues related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

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About the presenter:

CCDI Team photo - Cathy Gallagher-Louisy Cathy Gallagher-Louisy is the Senior Director, Consulting for the CCDI. She leads the CCDI’s research and knowledge services portfolio and also provides consulting and training services to CCDI partner organizations and clients, developing and delivering strategic D&I and cultural competence strategies, programs, initiatives, training, and developmental tools. Cathy is an experienced diversity and inclusion (“D&I”) and Corporate Social Responsibility (“CSR”) professional with over twenty years’ experience in program development and leadership, project management, and human resources roles within corporate, government, and non-profit organizations.

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Schedule of webinars:

Date Time Presenter Language Audience Level
Wednesday, February 21, 2018 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. ET Cathy Gallagher-Louisy English HR and D&I 2.0
Thursday, February 22, 2018 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. ET Anne-Marie Pham French HR and D&I 2.0

Feel free to contact us at anytime should you have any questions.

For members of the law societies of Alberta, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nunavut, and the Yukon: this program may qualify for credit in the area of Practice Management as part of your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development, as required by your Law Society. To learn more, click on the link to your province above or contact your local Law Society.

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