Cultural Intelligence for Justice Professionals

Cultural Intelligence for Justice Professionals
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded on: 2020-03-24
Unit 1 Slide Deck: Cultural Intelligence for Justice Professionals
Unit 2 Recording: Cultural Intelligence for Justice Professionals

This webinar is designed to provide participants with Cultural Intelligence, or CQ, which is defined by the Harvard Business Review as the ability to make sense of unfamiliar contexts and then blend in. There are four main core components to this concept; cognitive, physical, and emotional, and motivational. Cultural Intelligence can be understood as the capability to relate and work effectively across cultures and various disciplines. We need to explore our own self and see things through the eyes of others to achieve a higher level of acceptance or CQ. Videos and self-assessments will be utilized to encourage self-reflection and participation.

This webinar will:

  • Define Cultural Intelligence
  • Discuss unconscious and conscious bias
  • Address Self-Assessments
  • Discuss Barriers to operating with Cultural Intelligence

 

Resources Mentioned During the Webinar

 

Audience Comments

  • All of the information was great! The best was the preformed bias — Akasha
  • Very well presented! Most useful webinar I’ve seen in awhile w/ good reminders. — Amy
  • Great Webinar. my valuable learning, 4- silver bullets, and the importance of taking care of ourselves for better care of others. — Maria
  • A lot of great material for such a short presentation!! Thank you — Beth
  • It was all amazing but I feel like it was just the tip of the iceberg. I think the full trainings she offers on each topic would be super beneficial. I am hopeful my agency will bring her in for a training. — Keshia
  • I liked the explanation and examples of cultural intelligence. — Michael
  • I liked her perspective on meeting people where they are at and having a culturally welcoming environment. I do wish she had time for more questions. — Michelle
  • Denise Beagley easily explained the topics. Overall was interesting. — Nicole
  • It was great to hear personal stories on how she puts things into practice. Looking at the space from the client’s point of view. I loved that. We learn it in school and know it, but we do not always put it into practice. –Stacy

 

 

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