How does a leader become aware of what they do not know? People who truly want to be inclusive leaders must be honest with themselves about their own biases and open to feedback from others. Once individuals open up to self-understanding, they become more interested in learning about people who are different from themselves. The opportunities to learn about cultures are boundless. In this session, we will discuss how leaders can expand their thinking and become more inclusive.
Hermence Matsotsa, MPH. Ed. is Founder and CEO of uBuntuSpeaks, a professional development, DEI, and organizational culture and leadership consulting firm dedicated to building the capacities and competencies of career professionals and multinational organizations. As a trilingual (French, Spanish, and English) professional, Hermence brings her experience from more than 20 successful years as a Workforce Development Training Specialist/Facilitator, Global Health Technical Advisor, DEI & Belonging, and Cross and Intercultural Communication Expert to the conversation about the 6 Cs of Inclusive Leadership.
Mary Balistreri, The Mindful Business Coach, supports clients to reach their potential as individuals, teams, and organizations. She brings mindfulness to coaching, training, and facilitation services focusing on Conversational Intelligence (CIQ), emotional intelligence, and belonging to improve relationship building, business development skills, and leadership.
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