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“Empower all of your stakeholders to add their voice in their own words.”
A good leader knows that diversity is a strength. To get the most out of your exchange, make it accessible to participants who speak multiple languages by empowering them to participate in their preferred language. By running a multi-language exchange, you’ll make your engagement efforts more welcoming.
Join us for a Master Class to explore the Languages tool to make sure your exchange is inclusive of all perspectives.
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Tamica Sears is an Executive Coach and Human Resources Professional. She partners with executive leadership teams to increase their productivity and effectiveness and meet their strategic goals. Leaders working in VUCA environments benefit from Tamica’s coaching because she helps them transform the culture of their organization to be more innovative and inclusive which enables them to be more responsive to changes in the environment. Focusing on leading with authenticity, leaders that Tamica has coached have shown tremendous upward mobility. Tamica is changing the face of corporate America, one leader at a time and this is why she is called The Corporate Fixer. Tamica has published a collection of motivational quotes and affirmations, “You Are Enough, found on Amazon, and has contributed to two bestselling anthologies, “Are YOU the Missing Piece?” and “My Journal, My Journey.” Tamica is also a proud mother of two adult children and the cutest dog in the country.
Teala is a curious learner with interests in how technology informs communication. She studied English Literature at the University of British Columbia-Okanagan and after graduating worked in publishing and technology. Teala has an aptitude for helping customers use technology to find new stories and conversations and is interested in community engagement and sustainability. Outside of work, you can usually find Teala at the beach with her feet in the sand and a book in her hands.