Chemin Eugène Rigot 2E
in Geneva 1202
Organizations are more than ever required to leverage the diversity of their employees and teams to thrive in this ever-changing and highly competitive world. Substantial evidence demonstrates that diverse and trusting teams in public and private sectors may enable the advancement of peace, security and sustainable development.
However, leveraging diversity demands an environment of inclusion and equality. And it is where things get tricky for organizations. Most organizations approach diversity, inclusion and equality as a problem to solve or a tick-box exercise instead of being a series of polarities that they have to understand, balance and lead. To read more about polarities, please find this new Op Ed "Diversity and Inclusion: applying ancient wisdom to shift mindsets for more sustainable outcomes."
This course is run with the Geneva Leadership Alliance, a first-of-its-kind partnership that brings together in-depth understanding of peace, security and policy issues at the GCSP, as well as over 40 years of research and expertise developing leaders through the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). For the fourth year in a row, CCL was ranked within the top ten global executive education providers by the Financial Times.
With Fleur Heyworth (Cluster Leader for Gender and Inclusive Security at the GCSP) and Sandrine Tunezerwe (Design and Faculty Associate for Societal Impact at CCL).
More information and registration here.