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Blog – Intercultural Competencies & Leadership

In our careers we work with many different people and companies. Each time we meet a different person or join a new company or group of people we need to take stock and learn how to adapt our communication styles, welcome the introduction of “Intercultural Competencies”.

As we come out of the second lockdown and re-enter the workplace, we will need to have to readapt to changes within the working conditions and potentially finally meet some of our colleagues face to face for the first time.  This is where the use of intercultural competencies methodology will come in its own.

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Festive Games & Networking 2020

Date: 8th December 2020

Time: 6.30pm

FREE Online

This year we are taking our Festive Games & Networking session evening online! Get in to the festive spirit with us as we have plenty of fun & interactive activities lined up. Take the opportunity to meet others in a fun away.

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INCLUSION 2020

Date: 1-3 December 2020

Time: 8:45 am – 6.00 pm

FREE Online

CamAWiSE is delighted to be an exhibitor in the Diversity Network‘s INCLUSION 2020. The flagship annual conference and exhibition, will take place as a fully online event on 1 – 3 December 2020.

Register for FREE at www.inclusionevent.com/register.

Featuring online masterclasses, presentations, panel discussions, workshops, hosted networking meetups, an interactive online exhibition, it’s the perfect opportunity to connect with key companies.

The event features 45+ high profile speakers from Google, Amazon, British Water, Lloyds Banking Group, Allianz Insurance, Dentons, NHS Employers, Murphy Group and many more, as well as detailed case studies from people on the ground at the forefront of change.

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Women in Leadership – Hack your Leadership Mind

Date: 21 January 2021

Time: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Online

We are delighted to be joined by Naily Makangu (Founder and Business Transformation Consultant at Athena Leaders).

Overview
Due to various reasons, a lot of women hold themselves back from leadership positions. This can be at a conscious or subconscious level.

How do I know this? Well through my own personal journey and the stories of many women, whether in STEM or not. In fact, one of the first hurdles for most women is the emphasis on the word “leadership”. Am I a leader or not? Do I need some form of “authority” or “permission” to lead and inspire others? Once you go beyond that, there are the various challenges of leading in STEM (a male dominated industry).

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Strategic Planning: Become a Future-ready Leader

Date: 11 February 2021

Time: 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Online

When it comes to leadership roles, it is crucial to understand that having a leadership position and having excellent leadership skills are two different things. Luckily for us, evidence shows we can acquire these skills through the right training.

To accurately assess who we are as a leader, where we are and where we are going requires an extraordinary degree of awareness about self, others and the environment. If you want to make sure your strategic planning process is deeply meaningful and highly effective for you and your stakeholders, you must learn to view it through the lens of Emotional Intelligence.

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