SA Estonian Business School
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Estonian Business School in Helsinki
Technopolis Ruoholahti, Hiilikatu 3, 00180
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Event

23 05.19

Diverse Global Teams alustab

23.05.2019 10:15 - 24.05.2019 17:15
Lauteri 3, Tallinn, ruum 303D

Kui Sul on varasem kõrgharidus ja soovid osaleda tasemeõppe kursusel, oled oodatud osalema magistriõppe kursusel Mitmekülgsed globaalsed meeskonnad  Avatud ülikooli kaudu
 

Õppetöö keel: Inglise
 

The objective of the course is to give an understanding and knowledge about diversity and inclusion. Students should understand what it means to be diverse and inclusive and what is inclusive behavior. The course provides a practical toolbox to contribute, manage and, if needed, lead diverse global teams. 
 

The course covers the following topics:

  • Mind-set Theory (Fixed/Growth Mind-Sets); 
  • Every Day Bias (Conscious/Unconscious Bias)
  • Dysfunctions of the Teams (Patrick Lencioni);
  • Teambuilding: MBTI Tool and Its Benefits to Teams; 
  • Generation Diversity and Inclusion;
  • Cultural Diversity and Inclusion;
  • Gender Diversity and Inclusion;
  • Being a Member, Managing and Leading Virtual Teams;
  • Being a Member, Managing and Leading Matrix Teams.

 

Upon completion of the course the participant: 

  • has awareness, understanding of diversity (thinking styles, age, gender, culture, skills, nationality, experiences, physical abilities, sexual orientation, etc); 
  • has awareness, understanding of inclusion and behaviors of inclusion; every day bias; 
  • is able to analyse and define root cause of dysfunctional team; 
  • is able to analyse and build up team using MBTI Tool as the tool provides a framework for understanding differences in what each team member might bring to the inclusive team; 
  • has skills and willingness to be a valuable team member and manage or lead global diverse teams. 
     

     

    Maht: 3 ECTS (16 ac/h in the classroom) 
    Hind: 360 € 
    Õppejõud: Merle Liisu  Lindma

     

    Ajakava: 23.05 and 24.05 at 10.15-17.15

    Alustamise tingimused: Bakalaureuse kraad või sellega võrdustatud haridus

Add to Calendar 2019-05-23 10:15:00 2019-05-24 17:15:00 Diverse Global Teams alustab Kui Sul on varasem kõrgharidus ja soovid osaleda tasemeõppe kursusel, oled oodatud osalema magistriõppe kursusel Mitmekülgsed globaalsed meeskonnad  Avatud ülikooli kaudu   Õppetöö keel: Inglise   The objective of the course is to give an understanding and knowledge about diversity and inclusion. Students should understand what it means to be diverse and inclusive and what is inclusive behavior. The course provides a practical toolbox to contribute, manage and, if needed, lead diverse global teams.    The course covers the following topics: Mind-set Theory (Fixed/Growth Mind-Sets);  Every Day Bias (Conscious/Unconscious Bias) Dysfunctions of the Teams (Patrick Lencioni); Teambuilding: MBTI Tool and Its Benefits to Teams;  Generation Diversity and Inclusion; Cultural Diversity and Inclusion; Gender Diversity and Inclusion; Being a Member, Managing and Leading Virtual Teams; Being a Member, Managing and Leading Matrix Teams.   Upon completion of the course the participant:  has awareness, understanding of diversity (thinking styles, age, gender, culture, skills, nationality, experiences, physical abilities, sexual orientation, etc);  has awareness, understanding of inclusion and behaviors of inclusion; every day bias;  is able to analyse and define root cause of dysfunctional team;  is able to analyse and build up team using MBTI Tool as the tool provides a framework for understanding differences in what each team member might bring to the inclusive team;  has skills and willingness to be a valuable team member and manage or lead global diverse teams.     Maht: 3 ECTS (16 ac/h in the classroom) Hind: 360 € Õppejõud: Merle Liisu  Lindma   Ajakava: 23.05 and 24.05 at 10.15-17.15 Alustamise tingimused: Bakalaureuse kraad või sellega võrdustatud haridus Lauteri 3, Tallinn, ruum 303D EBS info@ebs.ee Europe/Tallinn public