Sterling interpersonal skills and intercultural awareness distinguishes an inclusive global leader. A company that values inclusion throughout the organisation and drives that with accountability from the top can consider its leadership successful in a multicultural and diverse society - delivering above par products and services to their country or the world.
A company committed to optimal team dynamics and integrating inclusion and building on organisational culture understands the importance of a skill set to exemplify outstanding and engaging leadership. Those working on this on a daily basis are aware that leadership has a large impact on driving culture initiatives, effective operations and positive staff morale.
This Leadership Training Course is multi module - can be done over a series of (Executive) coaching sessions or in a retreat setting for group interaction and reflection. It incorporates active learning, internalization, activities and discussion. The subjects carefully crafted (or co created ) are associated with current workplace developments and needs and encourages leaders to become aware of additional skills and attitudes attached to inclusive leadership and the benefits of that. We delve into specific aspects of leadership in a global, diverse and multicultural environment as well as the barriers to diversity - why has it not fully happened? The course focuses on equality and those emerging as a new brand of inclusive leaders. It is not enough to achieve representation inclusion really is the base where skills and knowledge safeguards this. Inclusion is for us all - for those that have been afforded privilege, there is much to be gained in developing the inclusive leader seen through the lens of employee experience and future business. I bring personal, operations management and international experience to the course as well as incorporate mindfulness & physical awareness often overlooked.
The course is aimed at leaders who want to add skills that harness talent of all backgrounds, build safety and inclusion in multicultural workforce integrated into the company culture. For female leaders, while achieving a place in leadership is a goal, we want to learn to operate from different paradigms and not to emulate the traditional form of leadership which many women have done for years cultivating an intersectional mindset and a unique authentic brand that moves organisations to another level. We can not forget to keep the ball rolling and paying it forward to ensure success in terms of promoting talent of various cultures, and diverse backgrounds & experience. For emerging leaders; be it in a company talent development programme or self-development, you will need to be aware of a great many factors to ensure your success is not lost in the barriers to inclusion at the top and not limited to you but to your colleagues that deserve that chance to grow.