Cultural and Generational Training

Cultural and Generational Training

Assisting clients overcome cultural, generational, and inclusion challenges

Bill Dennis, B. Comm., MBA, CSP (Distinction), President & CEO

9055996365

https://crossculturalconnecting.com

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5138 Cherryhill Crescent Burlington, ON L7L 4C2

Bill is a cultural, generational, and inclusion subject matter expert specializing in training business professionals on the skills of building a shared understanding between themselves and individuals from a different culture and/or different generation.

He is a speaker, trainer, coach focused on key areas of intercultural, Indigenous/Native American, intergenerational, and workplace inclusion skills. In recognition, Bill has been selected for the last three years as Diversity Judge by the National Human Resources Awards.

All training is enhanced by providing state-of-the-art tools and also complimentary post-training support to ensure clients achieve the highest level of success.

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Articles by Cultural and Generational Training:

A Municipality’s Culture: Performance-Values Management

Administration, Human Resources, Team Building

Wednesday, December, 9th, 2020

This cloud-based Human Resources Information System (HRIS) platform is two dimensional.  Specifically, the municipality’s Performance Expectations and also the municipality’s Cultural, Behavioural, and Values Expectations. This HRIS platform measures and focuses on an employee and/or manager successfully achieving the municipality’s …

What is Virtual “Just-in-Time Learning”?

Communications, Human Resources, Team Building

Thursday, November, 19th, 2020

Virtual “Just-in-Time Learning “Training Virtual Just-in-Time Learning is a new, timely training approach – especially during these challenging COVID-19 times. Whether an employee is working on the road, at home, or at the office, each municipal employee can access “Just-in-Time” Learning …

Understanding & Managing People from Different Cultures

Training

Tuesday, April, 14th, 2020

During the past 20+ years, Canada’s demographics have change significantly and now we are one of the world’s most multicultural societies. Toronto is the most multicultural city in the world. Ontario has the largest number of foreign-born residence (29.1%). British …