Our mission is focused on creating solutions that help businesses and organizations remain globally competitive. Our tagline represents the global mindset, and the ability to take a 360 view of a problem to define better solutions for the team, organization and the customer.
OUR UNIQUE ADVANTAGE
We develop customized programs based on the company, team, or individual. The special cultural immersion programs focused on providing individuals, managers, and companies with strategies and solutions for leadership development, team building, wellness, and DEI.
Our expertise in Business Psychology, Technology, and Management Consulting provides unique and strategic solutions as well as best practices for ongoing success.
We are committed to cultural awareness and diversity in the workplace. We embrace our differences, whether it is with peers in another division, or in collaboration.
Founder and Principal Consultant:
Dr. Nitha Fiona Nagubadi, PsyD, MBA, MS, has over 20 years of commercial and education sector training, consulting and project management, diversity and cross cultural training, business process improvement experience. She has a Doctorate in Business Psychology, MS in Computer Science and BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), ADKAR Change Management, Six Sigma and Scrum Certification.
We have consulting experience with the following:
• Fortune 500 • Start-ups • Creative Teams • Technology • Education • Media • Health Care • Non-Profit • International
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Implicit Bias - Iceberg Model
Questioning Our Assumptions - as a way to Connect
by: Dr. Nitha Fiona Nagubadi, Cultural Psychologist and Entrepreneur
in Thrive Global - https://accenture.thriveglobal.com/stories/13585-implicit-bias-iceberg-model
Implicit bias.. what is it?
According to Project Implicit a nonprofit international group of researchers who are focused on implicit bias:
“An attitude is your evaluation of some concept (e.g., person, place, thing, or idea). An explicit attitude is the kind of attitude that you deliberately think about and report. For example, you could tell someone whether or not you like math. Implicit attitudes are positive and negative evaluations that are much less accessible to our conscious awareness and/or control. Even if you say that you like math (your explicit attitude), it is possible that you associate math with negativity without being actively aware of it. In this case, we would say that your implicit attitude toward math is negative.”