Goals For Multicultural Education
Multicultural Issues In The Workplace
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Creator, Jinsoo Terry.
Teenagers, young leaders and college age students. Enjoy positive rap and hip-hop music to give your day a positive boost. Price: $12.99
Jinsoo: Succeeding in America the Jinsoo Way
USA English version.
This is Jinsoo Terry’s story coming to America. Read her personal story. Learn from her tips and ideas. She shows you how to make it in the USA. “If Jinsoo can do it, you can do it too.”
Price: $ 16.95
P.A.L.B.O.T and Mr. Kim
First Issue. Creator, Jinsoo Terry
Young people, parents, grandparents and family friends will love to give this funny comic book to anyone who wants to see the funny experiences Mr. Kim has in America and how he learns American culture from PALBOT the robot. Also, the reader will learn Korean culture from Mr. Kim. A great guide to learn multicultural differences.
Available in English or Japanese
Price: $ 14.95
“Be Confident in the
Unique design by Jinsoo Terry. 100% cotton. Good to wear to get in a positive, happy mood. This exclusive design will bring cultural awareness to you and your community. Wear when you want to be creative and have fun.
Sizes: S M L
Colors: Hot Pink or Royal Blue
Price: $ 29.95
“Jinsoo Terry” Rapper’s Bandana
Do you want to have a positive mind and be creative? Wear this “Jinsoo Terry” rapper’s cultural awareness bandana, just like Jinsoo Terry.
One size fits all.
Colors: Hot Pink or Royal Blue/Orange
Price: $ 11.95
AGC Seminars “Goals for Multicultural Education”
“One of the goals for multicultural education is to make sure that every American citizen has opportunities to achieve his or her potential.”
Jinsoo Terry, CEO, AGC Seminars
America, a land of opportunity during its entire existence, is changing, and it’s changing fast. Up until recently, the most high-ranking (and therefore the most successful) citizens have nearly always been male, white and of European descent. But with the last election, when a multicultural Senator named Barack Obama became our 44th President by a very respectable margin of votes, and with the demographics of the country slated to swing from predominantly European-Americans to Americans-of-many-cultures within the next 20 years, it has become apparent that the “typical” face of America is changing, and only those businesses and individuals willing to embrace the new reality and capitalize upon it will still be around to enjoy it when it happens.
Multicultural issues in the workplace can be a breeding ground for discouragement and discontent unless employees are offered an orientation and a significant amount of sensitivity training about how to respect and honor cultural differences. There is nothing to be afraid of when interacting with other human beings of goodwill but many people come into a multicultural workforce entirely unprepared and at least a little scared.
Goals for multicultural education include sharing the differences that make other cultures unique – not just how they dress, what they eat, and how they may worship, but also how each particular culture addresses its hierarchies, how citizens interact with each other verbally and physically, and why many cultural norms don’t “translate” well across cultures.
To properly address multicultural issues in the workplace, business owners and leaders must develop culturally-sensitive training for employees. A key component is to show the influence of different cultures in America and how the culture’s unique paradigm benefits all citizens. The training materials should also be relevant to the specific cultural groups in attendance (not Euro-centric) so they communicate well to everyone in the class.
Goals for multicultural education are in no way completely satisfied by attending a three-hour seminar on the basics of multicultural issues in the workplace. There is no limit on how well-versed an individual or a company can become in the area of multicultural knowledge. So there will always be ways to improve, as long as you live.
But by getting onboard now, you’re taking the first of as many steps as you choose to take to enhance the way you do business and the way you interact with co-workers, employees, and customers.
If your goal is to stay in business for the long term and attract as many great prospective employees and clients as you can, contact SGC Seminars today to learn how to achieve your goals for multicultural education. Our seminar trainers will engage you and your employees in fun ways that will address and help solve any of your specific multicultural issues in the workplace. We’ll help them remember where and how they got their misinformation on other cultures and realign their beliefs to eradicate those influences once and for all. We’ll show how different cultural sensibilities and strengths actually enhance a working environment and bring additional value and prosperity to a company. And we’ll encourage attendees to think critically about their own biases and suggest ways to overcome them.
To learn more about goals for multicultural education or multicultural issues in the workplace, or any of the other diversity awareness topics AGC Seminars offers, please contact us today.