Without doubt, all large industries have globalized and companies operating in global markets face intensifying competition in every aspect of their business. Acquiring and effectively managing human resources has become the key success factor for maintaining global leadership and companies must learn how to prepare this most precious resource to handle the complex nature of working in a multicultural environment. There is also a growing consensus that a company’s success will be determined by the success of its Multicultural Teams The latest research suggests that the potential of multicultural teams is derived from increased diversity which can unleash creativity and decreases ‘Groupthink’.
This online seminar has selected some of the most relevant new and old concepts from leading journals and authors to be discussed in an interactive panel discussions format.
You are invited to join our question and answer session which will be led by Professor Paul Consalvi who will introduce some of the latest perspectives on how to increase team efficiency in a multicultural environment using leading techniques from the training and development fields.
1, Introduction about Double loop learning（ダブルループ学習理論に関して紹介）
2, Q&A style panel discussion （パネルディスカッション）
Topics will cover:
“Double Loop Learning”: Team Building and Improving multi-cultural meetings: Tools not Rules（チーム力を高めるより効果的なワークショップに関して）
How to design better workshops using coaching style and learner accountability methods. （受講生を巻込む為のコーチング法、ワークショップのデザインの仕方とは）
3, Q&A and reflection （質疑応答）
・Question from audience
※What is double-loop learning (Chris Argyris) Double-loop learning entails the modification of goals or decision-making rules in the light of experience. The first loop uses the goals or decision-making rules, the second loop enables their modification, hence “double-loop”. Double-loop learning recognises that the way a problem is defined and solved can be a source of the problem.