Intercultural Collaboration: Practical Tips and Strategies for Collaboration Across Cultures

Intercultural Collaboration: Practical Tips and Strategies for Collaboration Across Cultures

with Molly Ola Pinney

Intercultural collaboration is defined as the capacity to communicate and interact effectively with people from other social and cultural backgrounds and is becoming an increasingly important skill for behavioral health practitioners to include in their toolbox. Unfortunately, many clinicians report that this is one of the most challenging skills to learn and practice. Molly Ola Pinney is the CEO and Founder of The Global Autism Project- an organization that has spent sixteen years working across various cultures in countries all over the world, as well as collaborated with over 600 International volunteers.

The model of the Global Autism Project, one in which trainers do with and not for has been paramount to the organization’s success and launched a global movement for sustainable collaboration. In this talk, Molly will discuss the history of the model and organization, how it emerged and share practical tips and strategies to help you and your team improve your collaboration across cultures, whether the interactions are across the world, or across the street. We all live in increasingly diverse areas and these practical tips will allow you to improve your interactions within your community.

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