Cultural competency is a good thing.
Have you ever said something to a colleague of color or a client from a different religious or ethnic background that you realize later was insensitive? We find that while most people are well-intentioned, sometimes they may not know that what they are saying is hurtful, assumptive, or stereotypical to another person.
Our cultural competency training course focuses on understanding the differences between race, skin color, ethnicity, religion, national origin, and language. We aim to promote mindfulness of these differences in your organization’s interactions to foster inclusion.
People3 takes an approach that includes an awareness of racial or ethnic microaggressions, cultural competency training, and unconscious bias awareness. This course promotes an understanding between colleagues and clients who may not share the same skin tone, come from the same country, share the same first language, or practice the same religion. While we may come from different backgrounds, we’re all just people.