Today’s labor force has never been so diverse in terms of age, race, ethnicity and culture. Given this dynamic, managers and business owners must adopt new solutions that embrace this growing diversity and learn how to manage cultural diversity. In this exclusive webinar, Amy B. Wallis, professor of practice and director of Global Initiatives at Wake Forest University School of Business, will explore cultural differences and provide strategies you can use to leverage that diversity to the benefit of your business. This NGCOA webinar is being sponsored by
About the presenter:
Dr. Amy Wallis is a Full Professor of Practice in Organizational Behavior at the Wake Forest University School of Business, and is also the Director of Global Initiatives, where her focus is on enhancing global awareness and cultural sensitivity in the business environment. Since joining the School of Business in 2012, Amy has taught courses on leadership, ethics, organizational behavior, team development, and change management, and has been instrumental in advancing global immersion courses, where students experience the opportunity to study business practices around the world and travel to international locations to advance their knowledge. She is the faculty leader for the MBA global immersion course in Nicaragua, and leads a team of faculty who have guided courses in Latin America, India, and China.