Silver Spring, MD (PRWEB) February 8, 2006 –
Cook Ross, one of the country’s leading diversity training and consulting companies, is offering two free Web Seminars on creating culturally competent healthcare organizations.
The seminars will be held on Wed., Feb. 8 and Wed., March 1 from 2-3:15 p.m. EST.
Topics to be covered include, what does it mean to have a culturally competent organization? What are the distinctions between cultural competency and diversity? What are the clinical, financial and legal ramifications of cultural awareness?
Those who might be interested in attending include leaders in your organization who are responsible for the cultural competency initiative or curriculum, and vice presidents/directors of professional development, training and education and nursing.
The seminars are limited to 20 participants. Those interested may register at http://www.cookross.com.
About Cook Ross
Cook Ross is one of the country’s leading organizational change and diversity consultancies, based in Silver Spring, Md. For nearly 20 years, the company has provided cultural competency solutions through its training, consulting products and services. Cook Ross believes that cultural competency can be learned and developed and can lead to unprecedented growth and vastly improved productivity, morale, internal communication, leadership, and customer satisfaction. Cook Ross has developed CultureVision (http://www.crculturevison.com) and The Diversity ToolKit (http://www.thediversitytoolkit.com) as educational tools for learning diversity and cultural competency in healthcare and other business settings. In helping organizations develop cultural competence, the company empowers employees with a set of new skills, enabling them to relate more positively to customers and each other.
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