Results 2: How to improve Your Team's Cultural Competency

    • Be aware of your own cultural biases. We all have biases, whether we’re aware of them or not. It’s important to be aware of your own biases so that you can avoid making assumptions about people from other cultures.
    • Learn about different cultures. There are many ways to learn about different cultures. You can read books, watch documentaries, or talk to people from different cultures.
    • Be respectful of other cultures. It’s important to be respectful of other cultures, even if you don’t understand them. Avoid making assumptions or judgments about people from other cultures.
    • Celebrate diversity. Diversity is a strength, not a weakness. Embrace the diversity of your team and celebrate the different cultures that are represented.
    • Create a culture of inclusion. Make sure that everyone on your team feels welcome and included. This means being respectful of different cultures and backgrounds, and providing opportunities for everyone to participate.
    • Provide training on cultural competency. If your team is not already culturally competent, you may want to provide training on the topic. There are many resources available to help you create a training program.
    • Encourage open communication. Encourage your team to communicate openly about cultural differences. This will help to build understanding and respect.
    • Celebrate successes. When your team makes progress in becoming more culturally competent, be sure to celebrate your successes. This will help to motivate your team to continue learning and growing.

    Improving your team’s cultural competency is an ongoing process. It takes time, effort, and commitment. But it is worth it. A culturally competent team is a stronger team.


Here are a few more resources to help you on your DEI journey.

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Amberly Carter, M.Ed, CDE

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The RREAL Index assesses potential risks affecting your company’s culture