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Developing Intercultural Competence with DeEtta Jones (Part Two)

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The Education Subcommittee, with the Diversity Committee and the Mentoring Subcommitee, are pleased to present the second of two webinars with leadership and strategy consultant DeEtta Jones.

This presentation strategizes ways to increase cross-cultural competence in the work place, specifically focusing on racial issues and intolerance. Participants will learn how to resolve conflicts in ways that optimize cultural differences for better, longer lasting, more creative solutions, and will gain strategies for achieving diversity and inclusion goals.

Jones is the Principal of DeEtta Jones and Associates (DJA Consulting). Before launching her private practice in 2005, DeEtta spent ten years at the Association of Research Libraries as the director of diversity initiatives and then as director of organizational learning. Previous to that, she was director of human rights advocacy and education for the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, coordinator for multicultural training at Colorado State University, and has served as adjunct faculty for two Carnegie I research universities. For more on DeEtta, visit her website. [].

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