We are living in a country that is simultaneously becoming more diverse and more divided. As organizations, companies, and institutions look towards the future, many are realizing they must consider the shifting demographics of the United States and unite a team that can survive and thrive in a changing market.
There is great opportunity for forward-thinking leaders to differentiate their organizations, reach wider audiences, and bring more efficiency to their services by creating a climate where teammates are both culturally and racially aware. The work to become an effective leader in a culturally diverse environment is not easy. It requires a new approach to understanding and embracing the complexity of culture as it relates to place, space, and collective-impact on the team.
Welcome to that new approach. Welcome to Cultured Enuf.
Story behind Cultured Enuf...
Enuf or Enough?
What thought crossed your mind when you read the word “Enuf?”
“Spelling error? They meant to write ‘enough.’”
“Different language? Where is this guy from again?”
“Colloquialism. That’s how we spell it in the hood.”
Your unique collection of experiences determines how you interpret this word. That’s the point.
Each person sees the world through a particular set of cultural lenses comprised of their values, beliefs, language, costume, and so much more.
The question is: Are you familiar with enough cultural viewpoints to read “Cultured Enuf” and not immediately write it off as a spelling error. Can you look beyond the words to where humanity in all of its complexities and intricacies lies?
“Cultured Enuf” is not just words. It embodies a lifestyle forged through experiences, knowledge, education, and people. Come see the story...
Cultured Enuf is here to support leaders in reaching their full potentials in diversity for their organization or institution.
It's this simple...
KNOWING CULTURED ENUF
"Cultured Enuf sat with our most influential colleagues and company leaders, asking the big questions that pushed us to better understand what we are doing well and in which areas we can improve. They gave us staggering statistics and practical tangible deliverables to make ParkWhiz a place of acceptance and belonging. Our group hasn't stopped talking about the difference Cultured Enuf made in our company culture in promoting diversity and inclusion from the inside out."
"Cultured Enuf has provided invaluable input as we developed this new Community Engagement Degree and has given a perspective in the culture that is relevant to making this degree attractive to the next generation.
Cultured Enuf brought many stakeholders to a focus group meeting in which essential elements of this new degree were discussed and planned out. The input from the meeting was precious in helping to establish this new degree. "
Center for Urban Theological Studies
Our desire is to support organizations who do not have the financial resources to consult Cultured Enuf. We believe the more teams that function and thrive in diverse settings, the more we all benefit.