Audu Real Estate is pleased to present a brand new CE Marketplace certified course: The CQ Advantage! Cultural Intelligence for REALTORS. Please contact Lola Audu at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about booking this course for your company or organization. The course is certified for 2 Hours of Continuing Education Credit for Michigan real estate agents. (1 Hour Elective, 1 Hour Legal)
Instructor: Lola Audu
Course Descriptive: C000482 – available through the CE Marketplace
Certified for 2 Hours of Continuing Education Credit for real estate professionals in the State of Michigan
*Material is also available in two one hour classes certified for 1 credit each. Course number C000609 and C000610 if you prefer a shorter version of the material.
Click to view/download mini-PDF version of course: Cultural Intelligence Mini Preview
We live in a global village, a multi-contextual mixing bowl of cultures and counter-cultures. Cultural Intelligence has emerged as a critical form of knowledge, insight and engagement necessary to be competitive across a broad spectrum of client interactions. Perhaps few professions deal with differences in culture and perspective as frequently as members of the real estate community who are tasked with helping people of every race, tribe, creed and tongue find that unique spot to call home.
We’re pleased to present a unique class which explores the role that Cultural Intelligence can play in helping REALTORS understand how to serve the needs of their clients. Culture is an entity that morphs and changes. Simply learning a few ‘so called ‘rules of engagement’ is not adequate preparation for the numerous ways in which culture impacts response patterns, thinking and interactions. A lack of cultural intelligence can create angst, irritation and loss of otherwise promising business opportunities.
The class draws from Lola Audu’s personal experience of growing up in a cross cultural context within the African continent that included an educational experience where students represented 60 different nationalities. A term which is sometimes used to describe individuals who regularly navigate the world of multiple cultures is ‘third culture’ kids. A simple question such as ‘Where is home?’ may be answered in surprisingly nuanced ways. The Millennial generation is the most diverse generation in America’s history. It is also the most diverse generation culturally in the entire world. You may enjoy reading the this article and watching the video below.
While most Americans will not have this level of cultural dissonance or experience, the reality is that in today’s world, a REALTOR’s clients will increasingly have some elements which differ from the traditional norm of the dominant culture. Are you prepared to serve effectively?
In addition, the course will cover issues of cultural ethnocentrism as well as discussing Fair Housing issues related to the impact of the institution of dominant cultural norms and discrimination in the United Sates.
For booking information: Lola Audu – 616-791-0511 or email@example.com
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