I have been fortunate to join professional and social groups as a way to improve the quality of my life and serve the community I live in. One day, it dawned on me that I should reach out to those who were interested in engaging more closely with diversity by learning about people and their cultures. This is one of the reasons I started the Regina Cross Cultural Sharing Circle. [Read more…] about The Regina Cross Cultural Sharing Circle: a modest model for learning and development in diversity and inclusion.
I have been privileged to attend many cultural events and festivals in the city I call home, and I am thankful for that. I have sampled many tasty bites of different ethnic cuisines, been entertained to the core by numerous dances, and tapped my feet to the beat of many musical performances. In these instances, I behaved like a tourist: a spectator and consumer of culture.
What does this have to do with leadership development in intercultural competence?