BI Update

Public Programs Coming Soon!

Beasley Intercultural are excited to announce we will be launching our first ever public programs in April this year.  In the past our programs have only been delivered in-house to our clients.  The one day programs initially offered are: –    Intercultural Essentials:  India –    Intercultural Essentials:  China –    Intercultural Essentials:  Virtual and Global Teams If you would like to be mailed details of these programs, please contact us.

Other Opportunities

1.  Churchill Fellowships A Churchill Fellowship is an award of an opportunity through the provision of financial support, to enable Australian citizens from all walks of life to travel overseas to undertake an analysis, study or investigation of a project or an issue that cannot be readily undertaken in Australia. Currently the average fellowship is $25,000.  Applicants must be able to complete a minimum of four weeks overseas travel to complete their research.

2.  Australia Thailand Institute Grants

Through a competitive selection process, the Australia-Thailand Institute provides financial support to selected projects which aim to build community links between Australia and Thailand, particularly with regard to: public policy (including legal issues and education), health and science, culture and the arts.

The Executive Committee of the Australia-Thailand Institute is now calling for funding applications. Project proposals that focus on building links among youth and that have or are likely to have partner funding from other sources will be favourably considered.

 

About the Author:

Tamerlaine Beasley is an expert who enables effective collaboration and communication in diverse and global workplaces.She is a member of the Board of the Australia-ASEAN Council for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and founder and Managing Director of Beasley Intercultural, Australia’s premier cross-cultural training and consultancy company.Tamerlaine’s keynote presentations, advisory services and training programs are described by clients as ‘transformational’ and ‘game changing’. Examples of her work include: coaching and advising business leaders in Australia and Asia; working with global teams to optimise performance; developing a framework for training and capability building through international partnerships for APEC; building local staff capacity at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific; leading the development of diversity and inclusion programs for the Australian Public Service Commission and the Department of Defence.