Our courses run with a live cohort- meaning you actually get to engage in discourse not only with the course instructors, but with other participants! Our Master Class Series are scheduled to run every four months. Leading Across Cultures runs from Sep-Nov each year.
During the program, we will schedule 6 live sessions that are each 2 hours long. These will be scheduled with a doodle poll once registrations are confirmed. They will be recorded afterwards for those unable to attend.
In between sessions you will find videos, articles, and assignments right here in this portal to help you better understand the content. Participants are expected to apply the theories you learn to your current context and work experiences.
You will also be assigned a peer coach from the cohort, someone you may or may not know who is taking the class with you. Peer Coaches are partners to help you practice, reflect, and apply the learnings to your particular circumstances. This is an essential component of how we make the learning relevant, timely, and practical. (If you would like to request a peer coach from someone you already know is enrolled in the class, you can submit it once the course opens).
Instructor Feedback & Support
Finally, you will have the ability to contact and reach out to any instructor assigned to this course for instructor support and feedback. We will comment on assignments, but are also there to answer tough questions, whether during the live sessions or in between.
Once enrolled, you are entitled to a private consultation call between you and an instructor. This is an opportunity for you to discuss core challenges and set specific goals for your growth and development over the program.
NOTE: OUR FALL 2020 COURSE IS ALREADY FULL. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE NEXT AVAILABILITY: INFO@INTEGRATIVEINQUIRYLLC.COM. This three-month Master Class will introduce the dimensions of culture and how our perceptions of behaviors are colored by our cultural norms and values. We examine the culture of power and how to recognize signs of cultural miscommunication on teams. Learn how to develop a common language to address concerns and how to support employees as they adapt to one another's styles and strengths.