Leading In a Diverse Environment

By: Teddie Malangwasira  

Based on a recently published book, Leading in a Diverse Environment, the workshop highlights why self-examination is the key to leading people from different backgrounds. Leaders must know themselves first and then learn how to relate to others to lead them in our global society. Drawing upon a vast array of knowledge and examples from personal experience and different organizational and cultural environments, Dr. Malangwasira walks readers through a step-by-step approach on how to become successful at leading others with different cultural and social backgrounds. Workshop participants will consider: ​1) How knowing yourself helps you embrace diversity and successfully lead a diverse team, 2) The steps to take to create SMART goals, 3) The significance of a mentor on your leadership journey, 4) The essential steps for inspiring others, 5) How to attract and retain talent, 6) The importance of creating trust with your team, 7) Key steps to take in developing others, 8) The process of working together, and 9) Evaluating your progress as a leader. Diversity provides a bevy of opportunities for learning, growth, and development. As a leader, it is up to you to acknowledge people’s differences and celebrate their strengths. It is time to take the lead in celebrating and capitalizing upon diversity in your organization, community, and life.

Diversity, Inclusion, Leadership
Organizational Diversity
Workshop Presentation

Teddie Malangwasira

President and CEO, Malangwasira Leadership Consulting, United States
United States

Dr. Teddie E. Malangwasira is the President and CEO at Malangwasira Leadership Consulting. De is the author of three books: Leading In a Diverse Environment, Leadsership Is Not About Race, and An Empirical Comparative Examination of Relationships Among School chool Leadership Behaviors and Teacher Commitment to Students in Malawi. I have more than 14 years of business experience, and more that 22 years of teaching experience. I hold a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership with Concentration In Human Resource Development. The doctorate degree is from Regent University, USA.