William Sinunu, MA, LSW, is the co-founder of Globally Hip, a cross-cultural consulting firm specializing in evolving universities and corporations into savvy entities.
A University of Chicago-trained Master Facilitator, Sinunu's insightful material and energetic style lends to captivating presentations garnering kudos from a diverse group of fans including the likes of Academy Award nominee Greg Kinnear, Citigroup Senior Executive Brenda Hopgood and Harvard professor Tal Ben-Shahar, PhD. He is a member of the National Speakers Association and the best-selling author of Life Could Be Sweeter and The Sweet Life and conducts workshops, seminars and conferences for universities and corporations in the U.S. and overseas. Sinunu has worked as a multi-lingual interpreter for the U.S. Department of Immigration and Customs and as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Human Services. Sinunu has presented to a variety of audiences, from corporations like Citigroup, JetBlue Airways and Sun Life Financial to colleges such as Johns Hopkins, New York University and Purdue University.
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How to Establish Industry Leading Standards through Cross-Cultural Focus Groups
It's no secret. Focus groups foster participation, innovation and productivity. Group dynamics also tend to boost morale and create stronger teams. In addition, the International Association for Contract and Communicative Management acknowledges the value of specialty focus groups. In particular, IACCM cites cross-cultural focus groups as an essential element for developing best-in-class service standards.
The WeAre1 Program is a patented six-step model designed by William Sinunu to solicit and value quality input from diverse focus groups.
The WeAre1 Model:
W-Who are the participants?
E- Encourage Dialogue
A- Acknowledge Hurdles
R- Restructure E- Enact the Plan
1- 1 Team Moving Forward
Fill Intercultural Communication Gaps by Effectively Managing Cross-Cultural Communication Hurdles
This innovative program provides insights and tools to understand cross-cultural barriers and then, master them. In addition, the program analyzes the four primary obstacles to effective multicultural communication and tips to overcome them. The Harvard Business Review said it clearly and distinctly. The publication emphasizes the ability to understand and overcome the primary hurdles to cross-cultural communication as an essential skill for unifying a diverse organization.
This training will detail the following four cross cultural communication hurdles:
Professor of Psychology and Senior Scientist of the Center for the Advancement of Well-Being
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