Cross cultural mentoring relationships offer unique opportunities to broaden perspectives and reduce unconscious biases. Here’s how they work. Given the rapid changes in workforce demographics, understanding the potential challenges and opportunities created by a cross cultural mentoring relationship has become as critical as finding a compatible mentor. The Blackwell Handbook of Mentoring defines cross cultural […]
About Anna Giraldo-Kerr
Anna Giraldo-Kerr is the CEO of Shades of Success, a Boston-based talent development and coaching organization with a focus on leadership development and cultural competence.
She is the author of the forthcoming book, Managing Micro Inequities: Small Actions, Big Impact, in which she breaks down the topic of micro inequities—also known as micro aggressions—and suggests techniques to effectively and sustainably minimize them.
Entries by Anna Giraldo-Kerr
What is employee engagement? It is the alliteration du jour among business circles. It has been lauded as the solution to talent management and profitability challenges all in one. Why? The equation goes like this: Engaged employees equal higher corporate metrics. So, what is employee engagement, anyway? Although there are several descriptions that point to the […]
- Female Athletes Battling Gender Bias in Tokyo 2021July 29, 2021 - 12:44 pm
The Olympics are underway and it’s difficult to ignore female athletes battling gender bias in Tokyo 2020 (taking place in 2021 due to Covid.) Yes, there have been positive developments. This year’s Games have been the most gender-equal in history and there’s record-breaking (openly) LGBTQIA+ participation. However, like in many other areas, much work needs […]