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Cross Cultural Communication Workshop
Congratulations on your success in securing employment!
Many newcomers face an entirely new set of challenges when they begin to work in Canada: whether it is the expectations of your supervisor, your day-to-day interactions with colleagues, providing culturally appropriate customer service to your organization’s clientele, requesting and receiving feedback, demonstrating initiative on-the-job, or another of many internal workplace challenges, we are here to help!
We are organizing a Post Recruitment Workshop on November 16th, 2016. This workshop will give you the opportunity to hear about common challenges and successful resolutions, as well as to receive support to solve any unique challenges that you may be experiencing at work. Please be assured that your supervisor or manager does not know you are invited to this workshop, and that your confidentiality is respected.
Issues such as the following will be covered:
How to participate effectively in meetings
- Learning the perceptions of your colleagues and supervisor
- Specific strategies to assure that you receive the feedback you need from your supervisor
- When and how to ‘take the initiative’
- How to respond if you are not sure how to respond!
- How to ask (the right kind of) questions
Light refreshment will be served.
Date: Tuesday, November 16th, 2016
Time: 5:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Place: 219 Argyle Avenue, 3rd Floor
This session will be facilitated by Lisa Anna Palmer.
About Lisa Anna Palmer: Since launching Cattelan Palmer Consulting in 2011, Lisa Anna Palmer has helped hundreds of people as a Certified Passion Test® Facilitator, career and leadership coach, and workplace consultant. She is dedicated to helping people live passionate lives and create aligned careers that work for them and doing her part to make the World a better workplace. She is also the author of the upcoming book entitled, “Light a Fire in Their Hearts: A New Leader’s Guide to Igniting Employee Engagement.” She also developed a program entitled “My Next Career Move,” for post-docs and scientific professionals.
Lisa believes in giving back to the community and volunteers at the World Skills Employment Centre. Today Lisa is sharing her insights about leaping out of her comfort zone to make her dreams come true. She is a contributing author to the collaborative Amazon bestseller “365 Ways to Connect with Your Soul,” with her entry entitled “Leap Towards Your Dreams!”
Director, Employer Engagement