May 2, 2012
In this blog, Sue Bray and Diane Landsiedel reflect on their own journey of lifelong learning to develop their competencies to teach and coach others in global teamwork. Keys 2 Culture is taking a trip to London to participate in a conference sponsored by WorldWork Ltd. entitled "Building Intercultural Competence: from self-awareness to personal change". Daniel Ofman, internationally recognized guru in personal development is the keynote speaker. Sue Bray, K2C Principal, will also be a panelist to discuss her experiences with helping others to create sustainable personal change. This annual event is a terrific opportunity to renew professional contacts and also, to share and learn more about personal change, team development, and best practices in creating change through the use of WorldWork's research-based assessment tools.
June 21, 2011
This blog entry, written by Sue Bray of Keys 2 Culture, describes a cross-cultural course offered by the College of Engineering to working professional engineers in the University of Tulsa's ELITE Program: Executive Leadership Institute for Technical Professionals and Engineers. Sue taught a module in the program on "Leading the Global Organization Across Time, Distance and Culture". The content of the course helps engineers to develop an intercultural mindset, to better understand the perspective of the "other", and to improve their cross-cultural communication skills in a virtual and widely distributed work environment.
April 20, 2011
In this entry of K2C Reflections, Sue Bray and Diane Landsiedel share their thoughts on their recent participation in the SIETAR USA 2011 Conference in Denver, Colorado. They reflect on how risk and resilience in an intercultural world relates to the uncertain success of global teams in today's complex, technologically advanced work environment.
February 6, 2011
This blog entry was written by Diane Landsiedel, Keys 2 Culture to consider the crisis in Egypt and the role of culture, social networking and new thinking. The unrest in Egypt brings the critical need for effective leadership and cross-cultural communication skills to the attention of people everywhere.