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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Motivational & Inspirational
  • Language:English
  • Pages:220
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781621342403

101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic

Creating a Diverse Community Right in Your Own Backyard

by Skot Welch

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Overview
101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic has been created from Skot Welch's thirty-year experience in international business, diversity and inclusion consulting. He's pioneered diversity and inclusion initiatives for Fortune 500 firms in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America, and is the founder and principal of a successful innovation-through inclusion firm, Global Bridgebuilders.
Description
We're all born curious, but curiosity is an easy quality to lose. It's too easy in the midst of a busy life to settle into the comfortable and familiar. To become trapped in our own routines, our own culture. Yet when we look outside, we see that the world is filled with a rich mosaic of cultures and new perspectives. 101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic is a guide to taking the first steps out of the rut and beginning to sample new customs, including foods, festivals and other fun, that we might miss sometimes because we think we aren't invited to attend! Having cultural competence does not have to mean the ability to speak five languages fluently or travel the world over. Cultural competence is readily available to every one of us because it is really nothing more than learning more about our neighbors. Gaining cultural competence is part of a practice of living more deliberately and peacefully with all of our neighbors in a continually more globalized world. 101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic has been created from Skot Welch's thirty-year experience in international business, diversity and inclusion consulting. He's pioneered diversity and inclusion initiatives for Fortune 500 firms in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America, and is the founder and principal of a successful innovation-through inclusion firm, Global Bridgebuilders.
About the author
Skot Welch 101 Ways to Enjoy the Mosaic has been created from Skot Welch's thirty-year experience in international business, diversity and inclusion consulting. He's pioneered diversity and inclusion initiatives for Fortune 500 firms in Asia, Europe, Africa and South America, and is the owner of a successful innovation-through-inclusion firm, Global Bridgebuilders. Skot has found that embracing our differences expands our capacities whether in business, in our communities, and especially in our lives. Skot, Moja's President designate, is the founder of Global Bridgebuilders (GBB), an international consulting firm specializing in organizational development, workforce development, cultural transformation, and inclusion. GBB operates across the United States and in seven countries. Skot has advised many of the Fortune 500's largest global brands, including the Ford Motor Company, Johnson & Johnson, Motorola, ABC/Disney, Sprint Communications, Cisco Systems, and Sun Microsystems. In addition, he has advised the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the [U.S.] National League of Cities, the City of Dallas, Texas, and the State of Missouri. Skot is widely traveled in southern Africa, including South Africa and Namibia, and has an extensive network of relationships in key sectors, including NGO and faith-based organizations (FBOs). In addition, he has a long-standing relationship with the non-profit TED Talks movement and has been the host of TEDx events. Skot is a poised and charismatic leader who is comfortable in the public eye. Global Bridgebuilders (GBB) is a results focused organization with extensive experience in the development and implementation of sustainable, process focused cultural competency, inclusion initiatives accomplished through comprehensive assessment and measurement systems development. GBB delivers solutions to the tough issues such as: employee engagement, supplier diversity development and management, global diversity, multi-ethnic marketing and the strengthening of sales/distributor force to thrive in the competitive global and multicultural marketplace. He has worked in the area of Diversity Management for over 20 years. Skot received his Bachelors Degree (B.A.) from Albion College and His Masters in Management and International Marketing (M.M.) from Aquinas College. Skot and his wife, Barbara, are the proud parents of two great young adults and reside in Michigan.
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