ING offers professional development seminars that focus on informing and enhancing interaction with American Muslims. The seminars are especially designed for executives, administrators, managers and educators to meet the need for diversity education and cultural competency skills development in their respective organizations. The interactive workshops focus on improving the knowledge, understanding and interpersonal skills of attendees, and enhancing their ability to work effectively cross-culturally. We also provide resources and tools to participants, which they can use to disseminate and incorporate the knowledge they acquire during the seminar to others in their institution. Through participation in our diversity seminars, participants gain the following: Read More.
Featured Seminar for Corporate Leaders
Designed for executive officers, human resources managers, diversity professionals and other corporate leaders, this seminar provides valuable information and resources for increasing employee performance by improving communications and teamwork among people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
This seminar provides valuable information and resources for increasing employee performance by improving communications and teamwork among people of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Read more.
Muslim Religious Practices at Work
Legal Protections of Religious Rights:
Religiously mandated practices are protected both by the First Amendment, which protects the freedom of religion, and Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which provides that an employer may not discriminate against a person due to religion and should accommodate an employee's religious practices, unless it causes undue hardship. Read more.