April 14, 2023

Training Industry – When employees can effectively communicate and interact with people from other cultures and perspectives, it builds workplace trust, respect and productivity. That’s why Lisa Crowe, Traliant Vice President of Content, believes that cultural competence training is one of the best steps an organization can take to foster a more diverse and inclusive culture.  

Here’s an excerpt: 

“Incorporating cultural competence adds a valuable dimension to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), soft skills and professional development programs. Exploring how concepts such as time, personal space, social roles, authority and communication affect behaviors and practices improves the way teams work together to solve problems, increase efficiencies and tap into their collective talents and experiences to achieve goals.” 

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Mark Hudson