We know…that statement alone sounds a bit unprofessional and maybe even uncomfortable. However, if you want to be culturally conscious in this ever-changing world, you MUST be willing to do 3 things: learn, unlearn, and relearn!
That’s right! We are now offering you the chance to be rewarded and awarded for your ability to lead strong and strategically in such a diverse world.
We know that it can be difficult to understand how to foster relationships in cross-cultural environments. For so long, we have been taught to ignore our differences vs. appreciate and unify them. And our goal in this 7-Module Course is to do just that: connect you to other experiences that teach you how to value and honor the differences of others.
Dr. MacAulay is an instructor in the School of Information Systems and Management, teaching organizational behavior analysis and strategic management. Her research focuses on the areas of organizational change and history. She has taught at St. Mary's University and the University of New Brunswick, where she was also the director of undergraduate studies. MacAulay has served on the USF Muma College of Business case competition committees since 2011 and is a member of the Academy of Management Association and the Southern Academy of Management Association. She has served as a reviewer for several conferences and journals. MacAulay earned a PhD in management from St. Mary's University in Nova Scotia, an MBA from the University of New Brunswick and a bachelor's degree in psychology from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia.
Ingrid is an International speaker and founder of two globally recognized organizations, The Women Ambassadors Forum and a DEI Consulting firm, NOTA Inclusion. She also identifies as a #MexicanAmerican. Throughout her upbringing, neither country accepted her wholeheartedly, deciding she was always “too much” of one culture and not enough of the other. This limiting belief didn’t stop Ingrid, and she relays the message that it shouldn’t stop you either. At only 28 Ingrid has raised 700k+ funds, partnered with over 50 Fortune 500 Companies to help produce intersectional experiences and trainings that promote Inclusive Workplaces and has led over 40+ global forums and local forums that have reached women from over 135 countries. Ingrid has also developed a Speakers Bureau under her consulting firm NOTA Inclusion, working with over 130+ leading authors, educators, influencers in the space of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Most recently Ingrid took over the TEDx stage for her very first talk on “The Power of Unlearning.”
Monica is a Human Resources Executive with domestic and international experience, has worked for many years as a change maker with focus in Cultural Transformation, Leadership and Organizational Development, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and Corporate Social Responsibility. With a passion for people, art, traveling, stories, and feminine leadership, she serves developing, coaching, and mentoring leaders and women in the community and other countries. She holds a master's degree in Jungian Psychology and Art Therapy, and is the co-author of U Empath You book. Born in Medellin, Colombia, she has lived in various countries, which opened her up to different cultures. Founder of Rosita & Pepa, and Grandma’s March, a platform and event that creates consciousness, celebrates the connection to our grandmothers, and rekindles ancestral and multigenerational feminine wisdom, keeping it alive. Monica loves spending time with her nephews, Sebastian, and Martin.
While you are obtaining this certificate, you will have the opportunity to connect with and learn from some of the most culturally diverse and innovative persons.
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Building and promoting belonging is not only the right thing to do — it’s smart business practice. Our team works to humanize and innovate the way companies run their learning and development programs. Our approach to building a culture of belonging is intentional, interactive, inspiring and different. Don’t forget, people want a different narrative. We also house the largest inclusive speakers bureau in the world, supporting both Employee Resource Groups and Learning and Development departments with intersectional narratives and training that unlock human potential and seek to create meaningful systemic change. Now, belonging is a journey not a destination, and whether you are at the start of this journey or further along, let us help you find solutions and nurture a culture where everyone belongs.