Institute for Developing Across Differences

“First, do no harm…” What’s really required? [28 Feb 2024 webinar/info session]

What’s really required for effective Developing Across Differences work?  How do we avoid doing more harm than good when time, circumstances and other considerations are less than ideal?

Join us for a 45-minute conversation on this timely topic + info session with 2024 Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week faculty members Dr. Mai Nguyen and Sherifa M.B.E Fayez on Wednesday, 28 February at 11AM CET / 5AM EST.  *Please note that this event is a different time than other webinars in the series due to the experts’ time zones.  See your local time here.

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Developing across differences (DAD) is an ongoing — lifelong, even — process. Yet we live in a time of quick fixes and check-box solutions.

With this in mind, we ask the experts:

What does it take to have truly meaningful interventions . . . and if and when is the better option to decline an opportunity rather than engage and potentially cause “more harm”?

Missed this webinar? click the `Watch Now’ button below to dive right in and catch up on all the valuable insights you missed.

ABOUT OUR FEATURED FACULTY

MAI NGUYEN   Dr. Mai Nguyen is an expert and independent consultant widely known for bridging intercultural communication and neuroscience in organizational settings, and making these complex concepts accessible to practitioners in academic and corporate settings alike. A journalist, author and researcher, her textbooks that explore the intersections of cross-cultural management and brain science are used in universities worldwide.

COURSE 1:  APPLYING NEUROSCIENCE: Using neuroscience to foster workplace inclusion, diversity, personal leadership Dr. Mai Nguyen 10-12 July 3 days

COURSE 2:  BRAIN SCIENCE & DIVERSITY: An introduction –  Dr. Mai Nguyen 8 July 1 day

SHERIFA M.B.E. FAYEZ  Talented trainer and leader of Egypt’s longest-running nonprofit dedicated to intercultural learning for youth and adults, Sherifa Fayez’s work as an educator aims at lifting the veil of the pervasive reductionist perspectives on the Middle East and elsewhere in the Global South and promoting active global citizenship as a practice in everyday settings.

REDUCING CROSS-CULTURAL TENSIONS: Non-conventional methods and how to implement them Sherifa M.B.E Fayez and Prof. Annette Gisevius   8-9 July 2 days

Want to know more? 

Still deciding which courses might be right for you this July in The Netherlands?

Learn more about the 2024 European Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week (7-13 July)

“First, do no harm…” What’s really required? [28 Feb 2024 webinar/info session]

What’s really required for effective Developing Across Differences work?  How do we avoid doing more harm than good when time, circumstances and other considerations are less than ideal?

Join us for a 45-minute conversation on this timely topic + info session with 2024 Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week faculty members Dr. Mai Nguyen and Sherifa M.B.E Fayez on Wednesday, 28 February at 11AM CET / 5AM EST.  *Please note that this event is a different time than other webinars in the series due to the experts’ time zones.  See your local time here.

Developing across differences (DAD) is an ongoing — lifelong, even — process. Yet we live in a time of quick fixes and check-box solutions.

With this in mind, we ask the experts:

What does it take to have truly meaningful interventions . . . and if and when is the better option to decline an opportunity rather than engage and potentially cause “more harm”?

Missed this webinar? click the `Watch Now’ button below to dive right in and catch up on all the valuable insights you missed.

ABOUT OUR FEATURED FACULTY

MAI NGUYEN   Dr. Mai Nguyen is an expert and independent consultant widely known for bridging intercultural communication and neuroscience in organizational settings, and making these complex concepts accessible to practitioners in academic and corporate settings alike. A journalist, author and researcher, her textbooks that explore the intersections of cross-cultural management and brain science are used in universities worldwide.

COURSE 1:  APPLYING NEUROSCIENCE: Using neuroscience to foster workplace inclusion, diversity, personal leadership Dr. Mai Nguyen 10-12 July 3 days

COURSE 2:  BRAIN SCIENCE & DIVERSITY: An introduction –  Dr. Mai Nguyen 8 July 1 day

SHERIFA M.B.E. FAYEZ  Talented trainer and leader of Egypt’s longest-running nonprofit dedicated to intercultural learning for youth and adults, Sherifa Fayez’s work as an educator aims at lifting the veil of the pervasive reductionist perspectives on the Middle East and elsewhere in the Global South and promoting active global citizenship as a practice in everyday settings.

REDUCING CROSS-CULTURAL TENSIONS: Non-conventional methods and how to implement them Sherifa M.B.E Fayez and Prof. Annette Gisevius   8-9 July 2 days

Want to know more? 

Still deciding which courses might be right for you this July in The Netherlands?

Learn more about the 2024 European Developing Across Differences Learning Lab & Community Week (7-13 July)