The Benefits of Cultural Competence in the Workplace

In today’s globalized world, cultural intelligence in the workplace isn’t just a nicety – it’s a necessity. Yet, many organizations grapple with a common problem: cultural misunderstandings, miscommunications, and diversity challenges that hinder growth and productivity.

Meet the Founders – Part II

In this blog post, we want to introduce co-founder Sherilyn Trompetter! Her passion for facilitation, coaching, and learning are key to her leadership at MT Consulting Group. So read on to learn about the “why” behind Sherilyn’s passion.  This post was written after an interview with Sherilyn, conducted by Charlotte Wray.  Who is Sherilyn Trompetter?Continue reading “Meet the Founders – Part II”

Meet the Founders – Part I

Did you know that this month marks the 30th anniversary of Women’s History Month in Canada? This year’s theme is “She Did, So Now I Can” and aims to celebrate the trailblazers who pushed boundaries. As a woman-owned business, we want to take this month celebrate our very own trailblazers.

The Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI®) 

The Intercultural Development Inventory

MT Consulting Group is happy to announce the offering of a new service – the Intercultural Development Inventory. As qualified assessors of the IDI, we administer the assessment, provide a debrief and prepare a personalized growth plan for professionals seeking to lead inclusively through increased intercultural competence.

Ramadan in the Workplace 

Ramadan in the Workplace

Creating inclusive spaces for Muslims during the holiest month of the year.

Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, and marks the most holiest month for Muslims around the globe. Tradition holds that Allah (swt) revealed the first verses of the holy Quran to the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) during the month of Ramadan, on the night now known as Laylat al Qadr (Night of Power).

Read below to learn more about how you can support Muslims in the workplace during Ramadan.

Does your diversity exclude fat people?

Does your diversity exclude fat people?

5 simple ways organizations can begin to cultivate a size-inclusive culture

In a fat-phobic, fat-shaming culture, there are real consequences for people of size, especially in the workplace. Overweight people are more than 50% likely to be given a negative performance review compared to their non-overweight colleagues, even when their outcomes and achievements are the same.

Exploring Inclusive Leadership

Exploring Inclusive Leadership

Meeting Individuals where they’re at with personalized leadershiop.

At one point in my career, my definition of inclusive leadership, among other things, meant a leader who would accommodate or recognize the need to accommodate my religious identity that may overlap with my work.