AC2021 - 203: Are You Speaking the Right Language: Multicultural Considerations with Communications, Training & Engagement
2021 Annual Conference
Qualifies for CPD hours - Organizational Effectiveness - Talent Management - Workforce Planning
As we become an increasingly global community, it is essential to look at how we plan and develop our communications and training with considerations for multicultural influence. Having cultural intelligence is critical to the success of leadership, our programs and initiatives.
- Define and understand Cultural intelligence
- Demonstrate the Application of 5 culture scales to be considered when working with and communicating with multicultural groups (Equality / Hierarchy; Direct / Indirect: Individual / Group: Task / Relationship; Risk / Caution)
Eldeen E. Pozniak BA, BSc, CEES, CHSC, CHSMSA, CRSP, FIIRSM, CMIOSH
CEO – Pozniak Safety Associates Inc. in Canada
CEO - Diggins Safety Consulting in the USA
Eldeen is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), a Certified Health and Safety Consultant (CHSC), a Certified Health and Safety Management System Auditor (CHSMSA), a Fellow of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (FIIRSM) and a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health in the UK (CMIOSH).
Eldeen is committed to a Safer World of Work. Her commitment is demonstrated by her 25 plus years of experience as an advisor and consultant to various industry sectors, government organizations, and businesses, and as a lecturer at educational institutions. It is also shown through her involvement and volunteer positions in safety and health related associations. Eldeen is the Past President of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) and the past president of the International Network of Safety and Health Professional Organizations (INSHPO), and is the current standards practice chair of the International Practice Specialty of the American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP)
Due to her commitment and professionalism, she has received many awards and recognitions. She has been honored by the American Society of Safety Professionals in their publication – 100 Women making a difference in the safety, health and environment profession, she been inducted into the Saskatchewan Safety Hall of Fame, had been presented with both the Saskatchewan and Canadian Safety Professional of the year award (in different years)