Time: 11am AK/ 12pm PST/ 1pm MST/ 2pm CT/ 3pm ET
This webinar is an installment of the Topics in Climate Change Adaptation Planning webinar series hosted by the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals (ITEP) Tribes & Climate Change Program in collaboration with the North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center.
Cultural Intelligence (CQ) is the ability to relate and work effectively with people from different cultural backgrounds and goes beyond existing notions of cultural sensitivity and awareness. In culturally diverse situations, CQ predicts:
• Personal Adjustment and Adaptability
• Judgement and Decision Making
• Negotiation Effectiveness
• Trust, Idea Sharing, and Innovation
• Leadership Effectiveness
• Profitability and Cost-Savings
Tune in to learn more about cultural intelligence and how it can be used as a tool to enhance working relationships between tribes and supporting agencies to bolster the climate adaption planning process.
ITEP is honored to have James Rattling Leaf, Sr. join us for this webinar to discuss his work with cultural intelligence.
Please direct any questions to:
Kelsey Morales, Program Coordinator, Sr., Kelsey.Morales@nau.edu
Related upcoming events
Save the date- Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals- CC 101: Introduction to Climate Change Adaptation Planning (Western Region)- August 9-13, 202108/09/2021 4:55 PM - 08/13/2021 4:55 PM
WHEN: August 9-13, 2021
WHERE: Virtual/Online! via Zoom
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Tribal environmental, tribal natural resource professionals, and tribal emergency management personnel who expect to be or are currently involved in climate change adaptation and resilience planning
**Priority registration given to staff working for or members of federally-recognized tribes, and to staff of tribal organizations**
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, July 23, 2021 (*apps received before or by this date will receive priority consideration)