Courses under erasmus+ 

GlobalEquitas & Fractality (a greek leading institution in long life education)- present you the Erasmus+ KA1 mobility projects. We invite you to seize the day: to live with us an unforgettable educational and cultural experience in the cradle of civilization: Crete, Greece. We secure that any interested  public, private or social organization  have the opportunity to train its staff and learners in the context of a variety of carefully designed and fully funded courses addressed to people working as educational or administrative staff in any kind of organisations established in a Programme country as well as its learners. 


Training language is English.



INTERCULTURAL MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS


Athens (Greece)

Monday 29/Nov. – Saturday 4/Dec. 2021

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Chania-Crete (Greece)

Monday 25/April – Saturday 30/April 2022 


In this course we will approach the development of intercultural sensitivity and competence. We live in a multicultural world where people think, act, and even feel, in different ways, depending on their cultural backgrounds. To live in a more inclusive and fairer world (where not just our ways of doing things are valuable), and to run a successful business (where every single worker can be the best version of her/himself, and cultural diversity brings opportunities and richness), it is needed to promote another way to run companies/business by promoting cultural diversity, interculturality and intercultural understanding. 


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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SKILLS FOR WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP 


Athens (Greece)

Monday 6/Dec. – Saturday 11/Dec. 2021

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Chania-Crete (Greece)

Monday 2/May – Saturday 7/May 2022 


In this course we will approach the development of managerial and leadership skills that are required nowadays to be an excellent director / leader of programs, organizations or movements of all kinds, whether the women are a middle, senior or general manager, a CEO or an entrepreneur, or they aspire to become it. And we will do so from a gender perspective, in order to become aware of both the systemic barriers that make it difficult for women to fully develop their skills and professional careers as well as to access to management and leadership positions.




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