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The Dark Side of the Enlightenment: How Intellectualization Normalized Racialization Feb 13, 2024

The 17th century influence on our modern reality

When, in 1951, Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung, introduced the concept of "the shadow"(1), he did so standing solidly in the tradition of the Enlightenment. The Enlightenment - an intellectual and cultural movement that...

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Well-being and Thriving Motivate Inclusive Leadership Jan 19, 2024

Executive Summary

Promoting well-being has become a popular trend, as companies recognize its positive impact on productivity. This becomes even more critical with the challenges posed by societal trends, such as the global pandemic, social media-related stress, and the complexities of our...

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Artificial Intelligence and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Dec 06, 2023

The presence and proliferation of AI in our lives is palpable, its evolution staggeringly fast, its consequences unpredictable, and the dangers and opportunities vast. This includes the dangers and opportunities for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI).

According to Britannica [1] ...

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The Elephant in the room is speaking English with an accent! Feb 14, 2023

The elephant in the room

Everyone sees it—but no one discusses it: the proverbial elephant in the boardrooms, meeting rooms and virtual spaces of globally operating businesses is the issues of English with an accent. What I mean is that the international language of business is a frequently...

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'Cooperation In A Fragmented World' Is Not Possible Without Inclusive Leadership Jan 26, 2023

The theme of last week‘s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos - “Cooperation in a Fragmented World“ - captures the uniqueness of our collective challenge. Brahima Sangafowa Coulibaly, Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution, aptly notes that "there have been very few moments...

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Joerg Thomas Schmitz

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Kommodore-Johnsen-Boulevard 26

28217 Bremen – Überseestadt
Germany

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+49 1520 8612287

E-Mail:
[email protected]

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83841216

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Geschäftsführer:
Joerg Schmitz    

Joerg Thomas Schmitz

Kommodore-Johnsen-Boulevard 26
28217 Bremen – Überseestadt
Germany

+49 1520 8612287

[email protected]

Einzelunternehmen

83841216

DE 339418563       

Joerg Schmitz    

Company Information
The Inclusive Leadership Institute 
Inhaber/Owner: Joerg Schmitz
Kommodore-Johnsen-Boulevard 26
28217 Bremen / Germany
Betriebsnummer / Company Nr.: 83841216
UST-IdNr. / VAT ID: DE 339418563