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Upcoming Events:

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Developing Intercultural Competency

Practical Cultural Intelligence & Intercultural Competency

This is a practical and hands-on workshop. Building from a personal and professional perspective, the workshop focuses on practical cultural intelligence and intercultural competency.

Target audience:

Managers and staff, across private and public services, with an interest in exploring personal and professional cultural diversity and intercultural advantage, for example:-

  • Human resource professionals and staff
  • Equality and diversity managers and staff
  • Recruitment personnel
  • Trainers and educators
  • Community activists and community development workers
  • Community and family engagement workers

Practical arrangements:



Horsforth Children’s Centre
Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5AF

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html

Leaflet Booking Form


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Intercultural Development

Intercultural Community Engagement & Development

A bespoke, practical workshop exploring the advantages, techniques and tools an intercultural approach offers effective community engagement. The workshop will explore practical intercultural application within three community engagement domains, namely:

  • Community intelligence and knowledge
  • Community mapping and demographic mapping
  • Community and service user engagement

Target audience:

Professional and voluntary community development personnel, for example:-

  • Community development managers
  • Community activists and community development workers
  • Community trainers and educators
  • Community and family engagement workers

Practical arrangements:

Date, time and venue to be confirmed

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html



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An Intercultural Approach

Family and Community Engagement: An Intercultural Approach

A one-day workshop, combining practical and theoretical perspectives: this workshop explores the practical benefits an intercultural approach provides family and community engagement services.

Target audience:

Child, family and community engagement professionals, working within the following sectors and roles:-

  • Children’s centre managers
  • School leaders and school engagement personnel
  • Equality and diversity personnel
  • Early childhood education & care managers and practitioners
  • Family support workers
  • Parental involvement workers
  • Community development managers
  • Community trainers and educators
  • Community development and community support workers

Practical arrangements:



Horsforth Children’s Centre
Horsforth, Leeds LS18 5AF

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html

Leaflet Booking Form


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Intercultural Educational Leadership

Education Services: Delivering Intercultural Leadership

Adopting a contemporary interdisciplinary approach, the workshop explores the benefits an intercultural approach offers the providers of education services. Specifically, the workshop will explore how an intercultural leadership approach enhances:

  • Working with diverse learners
  • Working with diverse staff teams
  • Engaging with culturally diverse communities

Target audience:

Educational professionals with a professional and personal interest in maximising cultural diversity and intercultural leadership; for example:-

  • Educational leaders and managers
  • Educational human resource professionals
  • Curriculum development personnel
  • Equality and diversity managers
  • Family and community engagement professionals

Practical arrangements:

Date, time and venue to be confirmed

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html



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An Intercultural Perspective

Global Cultural Typologies: An Intercultural Approach

This is an advanced, interdisciplinary and theoretical workshop, examining contemporary global cultural concepts and intercultural theoretical models, including critical and strategic reflection. Unashamedly theoretical and challenging, the workshop will explore contemporary:

  • Cultural concepts and theoretical definitions
  • Intercultural perspectives and concepts
  • Global cultural typologies – the development of dimensional and structural cultural models
  • Global cultural transitions and cultural adaptation
  • Global cultural typologies – strategic application; critical reflections and practical application

Target audience:

The workshop is targeted at individuals with an interest in exploring contemporary cultural and intercultural thinking in more detail and depth. The workshop format and structure is flexible and will be shaped by the requirements and interests of potential attendees, target attendees include:-

  • Strategic leaders and managers
  • Marketing and public relations professionals
  • Media and communication professionals
  • Human resource professionals
  • Recruitment – strategic personnel
  • Equality and diversity professionals
  • Educators and trainers
  • Policy development leaders and managers
  • Researchers and postgraduate students
  • Community leaders and community activists

Practical arrangements:

Date, time and venue to be confirmed

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html



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Intercultural Leadership & Management

ILM Intercultural Leadership & Management
(Introductory Course in Intercultural Leadership & Management)

Interact have developed this innovative ILM accredited training course. The course explores the relationship contemporary intercultural leadership approaches bring to the operational disciplines of leadership & management. Combining both theoretical and practical perspectives, this exciting and innovative course provides existing and potential leaders with invaluable intercultural perspectives, competencies, techniques and tools.

Target audience:

Private and public service leaders and managers with an interest in exploring the advantages contemporary intercultural perspectives offer leadership & management practices. The course is aimed at new and existing leaders and managers wishing to gain an accredited qualification. The course structure and format is flexible and can be delivered either in multiple sessions, or over 2 intensive days.

Practical arrangements:

Date, time and venue to be confirmed

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html



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An Intercultural Perspective

Global Cultural Typologies: An Intercultural Approach

This is an advanced, interdisciplinary and theoretical workshop, examining contemporary global cultural concepts and intercultural theoretical models, including critical and strategic reflection. Unashamedly theoretical and challenging, the workshop will explore contemporary:

  • Cultural concepts and theoretical definitions
  • Intercultural perspectives and concepts
  • Global cultural typologies – the development of dimensional and structural cultural models
  • Global cultural transitions and cultural adaptation
  • Global cultural typologies – strategic application; critical reflections and practical application

Target audience:

Educational professionals with a professional and personal interest in maximising cultural diversity and intercultural leadership; for example:-

  • Educational leaders and managers
  • Educational human resource professionals
  • Curriculum development personnel
  • Equality and diversity managers
  • Family and community engagement professionals

Practical arrangements:

Date, time and venue to be confirmed

Further information:

Email: interact.paul@gmail.com
Twitter: @InteractAction
Website: interactglobal.co/eventslist.html