Keys to Training and Promoting Your Latin American Workers Successfully
How do you overcome cultural and linguistic barriers to reach your most eager employees? Dr. Julio Birman has trained Spanish-speaking employees throughout the Americas for over a decade. In this presentation you’ll learn how to effectively identify, assess, and create pathways to train and promote your foreign-born employees by understanding how they process workplace opportunities through their unique cultural background.
Dr. Julio Birman was educated in Argentina and the United States. He has been a post secondary educator since 1990 and a Higher Educational Administrator since 2012. His professional experience includes language and cross-cultural business training, as well as Marketing, Creative Services, and Educational Management. Dr. Birman holds degrees in English, Digital Media, Communications, Adult Education, and Educational Leadership. Over the years, he has made significant contributions to various international educational organizations, non-profit organizations, small to medium-size businesses, and Fortune500 corporations.In addition to his experience in the United States., Dr. Birman has lived and worked in many Latin American countries including Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador. He has trained individuals from a variety of cultural backgrounds while providing consulting services, language instruction, and cross-cultural training for Berlitz International. During his time in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dr. Birman taught English as a Second Language (ESL) courses, served as Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam administrator, and instructed Teachers of English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).
“Dr. Julio Birman’s presentation style, real-life stories and enthusiasm have solidified him as one of our most popular presenters.” – Elaine J., Human Resources Administrator“I enjoyed Dr. Birman’s enthusiasm and knowledge. You can tell he enjoys sharing his culture with everyone. I found it so interesting!” — Conrad T., Evening and Weekend Administrator“… I was also able to share with my family the information that I learned. It actually generated a great conversation with my family and office colleagues.” — Greg D., Director of Student Engagement“It was nice to see that this training session introduced many of the same cultural topics as I include in my classes.” — Marcia G., Spanish Professor
Understanding the Differences between North, Central, and South American Cultures
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Cross-cultural communications and education expert provides assertive situational leadership skills from a lifetime of experience in corporate and college settings across the United States.