At a previous workshop are (from left) Chetna Dave, Bhavanni Jeevaratnam and Foram Pandya with presenter Lyndal Hansen (back and left).
At a previous workshop are (from left) Chetna Dave, Bhavanni Jeevaratnam and Foram Pandya with presenter Lyndal Hansen (back and left). Contributed

Amarna challenges workplace and cultural behaviours

LYNDAL Hansen, of Rockhampton, is challenging workplace and cultural behaviours.

Ms Hansen, the director of consultancy company Amarna, has developed a cultural diversity training package that she believes builds on an individual's cultural intelligence and impacts on an organisation's cultural competency.

"More than just cultural awareness, cultural diversity training can provide an understanding of core value differences, challenge your behaviours, tackle racism and provide the tools to develop an effective diverse workforce," she said.

Ms Hansen will present her next cultural diversity training session from 9am-noon on Thursday, February 27, at Dreamtime Cultural Centre, North Rockhampton.

"If your organisation requires an understanding of cultural diversity issues or employs a culturally diverse workforce, then attending cultural diversity training can benefit you," she said.

Ms Hansen said the program was designed to provide strategies for cross-cultural communication in a culturally diverse market and to assist in making decisions that impact on a culturally diverse community.

For more information or to register your interest, contact Ms Hansen on 4978 1389 or see www.culturaltraining2014. eventbrite.com.



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