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Apr
25
Thu
Intercultural Problem-Solving Strategies
Apr 25 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Most intercultural conflict is related to perceptual differences. In this session we will discuss: developing strategies to identify and address communication style differences; learning when and how to address non-verbal issues of concern; using a problem-solving paradigm to analyse case studies; and identifying aspects of Chinese culture that may be present in workplace interactions.  Find out more…

May
8
Wed
Canadian Immigration Summit 2019
May 8 @ 8:00 am – May 9 @ 4:00 pm

Hire Immigrant Ottawa is proud to be partnered with The Conference Board of Canada for the Canadian Immigration Summit 2019: Expanding Our Horizons.

We hope that you can join us on May 8th and 9th in Ottawa to discuss how we can plan for tomorrow, today?

Save on your registration

As a partner, we are happy to share a preferred rate of $695 early-bird and $895 regular ($100 discount) for you to attend this event—register online with Rebate Code PRM12 for your special rate.

Summit Overview
At this year’s Summit, public and settlement sector speakers will explore:
Populism: What does Canada need to do to prevent the rise of anti-immigrant populism?
Future skills and the changing nature of work: As the economy evolves, how can Canada refine its selection and settlement programs for tomorrow’s labour market?
Settlement and technology: How will technological innovations affect the way Canada delivers settlement services?

Speakers include:

View the full conference agenda.

For more information about our SPO and charitable rate, or assistance with your registration, please contact the Conference Board at registrar@conferenceboard.ca

 

May
15
Wed
Creating the Workplace that Accommodates Effectively
May 15 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

In this interactive session, we will explore keys to successful accommodation strategies, focusing on: the relationship between cultural integration and accommodation; accommodating different cultural norms and reasonable practices in accommodation; systemic inclusion and accommodation; conversation with a new Canadian regarding their perspective on accommodation; and using a problem-solving paradigm to analyze case studies. Learn More

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