11 July 2023
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Developing Across Differences: Advanced Techniques
This participant-centered course is designed for experienced professionals to peer-share, enhance your existing techniques, and add approaches to your toolbox. Over two days, discover how to incorporate—and help others learn to use—UNESCO Story Circles, a new cutting-edge approach to personal intercultural and global competence development that leverages the power of emotional connection, and learn with colleagues how to improve advanced techniques for supporting your stakeholders.
Dr. Darla Deardorff
The DAD is for multipliers who help individuals, organizations and societies better recognize, appreciate and use differences as a way of better communicating, working and thriving together.
These are (in-house and external) trainers, educators, consultants, coaches, researchers, scholars, facilitators, HR staff, advanced-level (MA+) students, and professional development specialists with 5+ years of experience/study in the greater Differences field. Contact the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for consultation about appropriateness and eligibility.
It is expected that the participants have a sufficient command of the English language to actively participate in the discussions and to present their own work in English.
After this course you —and those you work with— will be able to:
1. Adapt and use the highly effective UNESCO Story Circles methodology to reap the benefits of emotional connection, storytelling, and listening for understanding in ways that may not be addressed by traditional trainings.
2. Be more effective in using specific techniques by getting expert and peer feedback on how they have successfully implemented these approaches when supporting clients, colleagues, students, learners, and participants in developing and strengthening their intercultural and global competence.
EUR 990: includes course and materials, optional evening programmingRegister for this course
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