Next Research Talk on Intercultural Diversity on the Workplace for Research Training (June 1st 2023) – Nanzan University, Japan
“Making the most out of intercultural diversity in the workplace
for research and Ph.D. training”
Thursday, June 1st
10am Paris time, 5pm Nagoya time
Prof. Sean O’CONNELL
Full Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies
Nanzan University, Japan
As workplaces, including research institutions, around the world become increasingly diverse, the need for intercultural communication skills and cultural intelligence has heightened. As such, this presentation
seeks to introduce some common mindsets and strategies that will help researchers and Ph.D. candidates alike get the most out of intercultural diversity they might experience.
Sean O’Connell is currently a full Professor at the Faculty of Policy Studies, Nanzan University, Japan where he teaches courses in intercultural business analysis, Japanese-English interpreting and intercultural workplace communication skills. He earned his PhD in Intercultural Communication in 2011 from the University of Queensland, Australia, and his current research interests include intercultural workplace communication, high-performance culture facilitation, and multicultural studies curriculum design.