Effectively Engaging Across Cultural and Generational Differences

Dec. 1, 2022

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT

Successful leaders are able to work with and lead others in a culturally diverse workforce. Diversity crosses cultural, global and generational issues. This interactive workshop will provide ways to understand and collaborate with your colleagues by examining workplace flexibility, teamwork, feedback and leadership. This two-part workshop will assist emerging and current leaders become more understanding and inclusive of cultural and generational differences as well as the methods to successfully lead in a globalized environment.

Outcomes:

  • Understanding personal beliefs and biases.
  • Understand the important of cultural diversity and the associated benefits.
  • Identify differences and values of multiple generations.
  • Learn how to move from diversity inclusion to engagement.
  • Understand how to engage across the organization for enhanced performance.
  • Understand the value of being supportive and appreciating diverse perspective.

 

Instructor
Royce Ann Collins

Royce Ann Collins, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Adult Learning and Leadership

 

Registration

This workshop is available as part of the six-part Leadership for STEM Professionals series, with lunch provided.

Interested in K-State Olathe's 2023 leadership series? Email kcprofdev@ksu.edu to claim your spot.