INA Weekly Brief

Conference Workshop Spotlight: Cultural Differences

April 27, 2017
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Speaker: Susan Labaldi

Topics: Cultural Differences and Sensitivity

 

…you need to know what to expect and how to bridge potential gaps and protocols.

 

In this Spotlight, we will get to know a little more about Susan Labadi.  Ms. Labadi believes that education is the solution to many world challenges, and through her company, Genius School, Inc., she develops teachers and administrators, counsels’ boards for private parochial schools, and designs curriculum content for the Halal industries.  We are pleased to have Susan presenting a workshop about Cultural Differences and Sensitivity.  

 

When we asked Susan what she hopes attendees get from her workshop she told us “The need for knowledge and tolerant of cultural sensitivities has never been greater.  As wealth spreads and embraces a wider expanse of cultures. Agencies, nannies, and newborn care specialist to find increasing complexities and nuances in working with their clients. As a trusted member of client families, you need to know what to expect and how to bridge potential gaps and protocols.”

 

When we asked Susan what her presentation style is she said she “typically uses colorful, pictorial slides and does have some audience interaction.  She loves to be liaison and answer questions that address cultural “peculiarities”

 

The INA Welcomes Susan Labadi!

 

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More about Susan Labadi: Susan Labadi believes that education is the solution to many world challenges, and through her company, Genius School, Inc., she develops teachers and administrators, counsels’ boards for private parochial schools, and designs curriculum content for the Halal industries. Recognized as a notable instructor, administrator, public speaker, and coach, she is a leader orchestrating the ISNA Education Forums in Chicago and LA. Susan’s other company, in which she collaborates with her husband, is Actionnet Trade, Inc., which specializes in reverse logistics and exports. She is project coordinator of the American Halal Association, managing their website, social media, editing and writing for HalalConnect magazine. Susan also edits for Thomson Reuters, handles press releases and articles for the American Muslim Consumer Consortium, and writes for ISNA’s Islamic Horizons and her blog at It’s A Halal Life.