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My employees do not trust each other. What can I do?
How can I best bring to use the skills of different people?
Do conflicts sometimes arise at your workplace due to prejudices, insecurity, or misinterpretations?

In this Unidos training, you will:
  • Explore different strategies of responding to multiculturality at the workplace, and how they affect the atmosphere and efficiency at work.
  • Develop your skills for engaging everyone in the work community, such as different ways to motivate and give or receive feedback.
  • Try out new roles and diverse practices for creating trust and common understanding.

"It's great that one of the teachers at our kindergarten can speak Arabic with the Arabic children, and she also has sufficient knowledge to talk with their parents: what are the challenges, what is difficult to understand, what they might expect, etc. She is also part of the team that develops our services."

"We have a brilliant Russian foreman, who not only takes care of orienting subcontractors and works as their contact, but also functions as a valuable source of knowledge for us, when we are considering recruitment. He is our official expert in this area."

"We have noticed that when organizing events we definitely benefit from asking for help from our physically challenged employee. He can easily tell us, how small improvements can make our company events accessible for all. This has now been added to his official job description."

"Back pains have decreased at our workplace ever since one colleague who practices yoga started doing sun salutations at coffee breaks. Three times a week the coffee room is packed full with people stretching!"

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