With Cultural Intelligence Coach, Award Winning Producers and Broadcasters: Rosie Allimonos, Ayo Akinwolere, Faraz Osman

Want to make a change in your workplace and grow together? Well, we want to help! This course is great for teams looking to manage bias and champion diversity and cultural intelligence.

What is Cultural Intelligence for Inclusive Leadership?

As the combined forces of globalization and digitalization result in companies needing to be truly international- how does leadership successfully traverse geo-cultural divides? Ayo, Faraz, and Rosie draw upon their decades of experience as award winning storytellers and creative leaders to help you tap into and develop your cultural agility. 

In addition to leading media companies, Rosie, Ayo and Faraz’s Cultural Agility Sessions have helped organizations all over the world navigate their biggest diversity challenges.

By building your cultural agility and applying cultural intelligence techniques you will gain the confidence to lead diverse teams to thrive in our globally connected world.

In this class you will:

  • Understand how cultural agility gives you the confidence to be adaptable regardless of the situation!
  • Learn how to navigate cultural differences with proficiency
  • Discover how to recognise bias in order to remove the barriers it creates
  • Be given tools you can put into action right away to improve your cross-cultural interactions





Ayo is a Nigerian born British Broadcaster (BBC, Amazon Prime, Premier League Football) who has travelled to and reported from 120 different cities. He also runs the Production Company Milk First who put authenticity and diversity at the heart of the stories they tell.




Rosie has 3 passports and has led teams around the globe, constantly building her knowledge of the values and behaviours that help build inclusive teams. She’s previously led multi-country teams on the launches of YouTube Originals, Facebook Watch and Instagram’s IGTV. She’s now on a mission to share her cross-cultural skills with others.





Faraz lectures in Media at Goldsmiths College, is a media commentator for The Guardian. He’s also the founder of GoldWala, an innovative creative agency who produce Diversity fuelled programmes.


Before you go

  • This class will be hosted on Zoom and include breakout rooms where you will be interacting with other participants.
  • Your individual link will be emailed to you after you register.
  • Missed a bit? Don’t worry – an unedited recording of the class will be made available for 48 hours so you can rewatch in your own time.
  • Due to limited seating in each class, all ticket purchases are final.

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