Managing Diversity

Invivo unlimited / Trummer & Novak-Zezula OG
Archive
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09.09.2011 - 10.09.2011  Vienna
venue: Haus Wieden, Ziegelofengasse 6a, 1040 Vienna
 
Course Content
Managing_Diversity
Health and social care workers increasingly have to work in multicultural teams and with an ethnocultural diverse clientele.
The concept of social capital is used to develop new ways of understanding and handling diversity. Useful tools of connecting within and between diverse groups and group members are presented and applied: the capacity to connect to the own (bonding), to the other (bridging) and to the other (bridging) and to create a common ground (linking).
Learning objectives, training objectives
Paticipants will
* learn about the concept of managing diversity by building social capital
* make first experiences in applying the concept to “real life situations”
* have at hand a set of tools to be applied in daily practice
Target Audience
Health and social care workers
Qualifications
none
Local Organizer
Invivo unlimited
Notes
Trainers: Ursula Karl-Trummer and Sonja Novak-Zezula, sociologists and consultants. They work with teams, groups and individuals
to foster and enable processes of growth on personal and organisational level.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

Ms. Dr. Sonja Novak-Zezula
 
Categories
Development Cooperation - Special Topics and Health, Health Promotion, Health Services, Management for NPOs and NGOs, Quality Management
Languages
German, English
Fees
EUR 390,00
Organizer contact info
Palmgasse 10
1150 Vienna
Austria
 
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