Forbes asked the Forbes Coaches Council to weigh in on what managers can do to support multicultural teams. My response is below, and you can read the entire article here. It was published as part of Forbes Leadership with the hashtag #LikeABoss.
Seek To Understand And Listen For The Opportunity To Build Bridges
Managers of cross-cultural teams must listen in order to understand the cultural distinctions and contexts of their people. Identify the unspoken obstacles to alignment, and create opportunities to build bridges between individuals who may have biases or invisible obstacles based on lack of cultural awareness. Be curious, create safety and empower each team member to create alignment.
To see the first three times I was quoted in Forbes, you can check out the links to each of those articles from here.