Intercultural Training Program

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Cultural Differences in the Canadian Workplace

July 8, 2015 • Written by

Identifying and managing cultural differences in the Canadian workplace is critical to career success.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides information about various cultural orientations and personality types that help to understand supervisors, co-workers and clients.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

 

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Communication Skills for the Canadian Workplace

July 1, 2015 • Written by

Career success is improbable without the use of soft skills and the communication style that is preferred in the Canadian workplace.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides a description of four building blocks of the Canadian communication style: clarity, conciseness, coherence and consensus.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

 

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Working in Diverse Teams

June 24, 2015 • Written by

With ongoing immigration to Canada and working relationships across the world, teams are often composed of members from different cultural backgrounds. Being successful as a team requires cultural competency.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides strategies to manage cultural differences that may affect team work.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Managing Cross-Cultural Differences in Canada

June 17, 2015 • Written by

Cultural competence is required to successfully study, work and live in today’s global environment.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides strategies on how to be aware and sensitive of cross-cultural differences and respond effectively when interacting with people from different backgrounds.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Communication across Cultures

June 10, 2015 • Written by

Every culture favours different communication styles.

Developing fluency in the preferred method of communication, improves grades, employment opportunities and enhances the experience of studying in another culture.  

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that publication provides strategies on how to be cross-culturally aware when communicating with classmates, collages and friends across cultures.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

 

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Intercultural and Diversity Awareness

June 3, 2015 • Written by

Across different cultures, people have developed their own values and behaviours which allow them to understand and interpret the world around them.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides strategies to understand different cultural worldviews and the various dimensions of diversity represented in every individual.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Academic Integrity in the Canadian Classroom

May 27, 2015 • Written by

Every student must be honest and accurate in their work in the Canadian classroom. Plagiarism and other forms of academic misconduct are serious matters.

Yet, many students are unaware of how to avoid cultural misunderstandings when it comes to Canadian Academic Integrity.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides information about the forms of misconduct and how to avoid them when doing group work, preparing assignments and writing exams.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Do’s and Don’ts in the Canadian Classroom

May 20, 2015 • Written by

Educational systems and teaching methods are different from one country to another.

What is acceptable in one culture may or may not be acceptable in another culture.

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides information about the differences that may affect immigrant and international students during their studies.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment. 

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Managing Cross-Cultural Differences in Canada

May 13, 2015 • Written by

Cultural competence is required to study, work and live in today’s global environment. What is cultural competence? How critical is it for  educational & career success?

Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides strategies on how to be aware and sensitive of cross-cultural differences and respond effectively when interacting with people from different backgrounds.

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment.

For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

 

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Academic Integrity in the Canadian Classroom

May 6, 2015 • Written by

This Week’s Intercultural Tip: Academic Integrity in the Canadian Classroom

 

Every student must be honest and accurate in their work in the Canadian classroom. Plagiarism and other forms of academic misconduct are serious matters. Click here to read and/or print a short publication that provides information about the forms of misconduct and how to avoid them when doing group work, preparing assignments and writing exams.

 

The Intercultural Training Program assists immigrant and international students to develop the cultural awareness needed to study and work successfully in the Canadian college and workplace environment. For more intercultural tips visit www.rrc.ca/interculturaltraining or contact Bradley West, Diversity Initiatives Coordinator at 204.632.2016 or bcwest@rrc.ca.

 

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