Political Cultural Competence & the Workplace: Navigating Relationships, Self -Disclosure and Ethics
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Table of Contents1) Formulate a working, local definition of political cultural competence - 2) Explore multicultural and intersectional implications of political cultural conflict and competence within the workplace = 3) Discuss approaches for developing effective interpersonal and communication skills as a politically culturally competent professional - 4) Consider professional ethical dilemmas in navigating political cultural differences, the boundaries of self-disclosure, and the process of promoting respectful dialogue within clinical and professional workplace settings
DescriptionThis presentation was given at the San Diego EAPA Chapter conference in October 2020.
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