How do we position ourselves and how do we find ourselves positioned by others within and outside our communities today?
Intercultural competence is an essential requirement in the critical efforts to ensure resource stability, and a necessity to revamp your business and career opportunities. From a female gender perspective, intercultural competence refers to the ability to understand constructed beliefs, values, and norms of being a woman, that influence individuals’ communication behaviors, demonstrate sociolinguistic awareness, and intercultural self-awareness.
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I have worked in my capacity as President of CORE Platform NGO VO 1204 on many, many projects with Mrs. Doublesin. It is her unique leadership style which encourages young entrepreneurs to open to her as they feel that she cares to find ways to find solutions to their issues.
Being a woman and a black woman there are daily challenges. Maria-Gabriele Doublesin’s leadership by example helped me to master them. I saw how hard she works: lecturing, setting up an NGO, putting together a project proposal, managing EU-funded projects, and coordinate numerous project activities. She did all these things efficiently, producing outstanding results: she is someone who gets things done, someone who leads by example on the front line. I saw passion, competence, influence, and action with respect, embracing her team’s cultural differences