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Becoming the ChangeCongratulations on your silver book award!


Are you ready to discover not just the world around you but also the complex landscape within you?

You’ve probably heard of cultural intelligence. But how do you use its power to apply it in real life? Step into a journey that may be as transformative as enlightening—a voyage into the depths of cultural intelligence, or CQ. This is not just my story; it’s an invitation for you to embark on your own journey of self-discovery and cultural understanding.

Your identity is more than a static label; it’s a dynamic blend of heritage, beliefs, experiences, diversity, and yes—privileges. The dance of identity formation is an ongoing tango, a nuanced interplay between cultural values, personal biases, and the undeniable richness of human diversity. This book is a tribute to the transformative power of stepping out of your cultural comfort zone, questioning long-held assumptions, and embracing the multidimensional beauty that defines all of us: humanity.

So, as you turn these pages, let them be more than words. Let them be a catalyst. Not to change who you are but to enrich who you could be. Let’s create a world that doesn’t just see or hear us but values and cherishes us all. Are you ready?

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Author Bio

Loren’s global experience as a people strategist for 23 years in human resources, leadership coaching, and change management afforded her insight into building, developing, and scaling high-performing people teams from the group up. Loren has been recognized as a thought leader who guides leaders on maximizing productivity while creating human-centered experiences at work. Most importantly, she is a wife, mother, daughter, sister, and unwavering friend one could ever ask for. Loren Rosario-Maldonado founded Cultura Inc., a global consulting group focused on leadership and professional development. As a global cultural intelligence consultant and people scientist, her mission is to develop cultural intelligence skills in people worldwide. When Loren is not working on her current book, contributing to Forbes magazine and other serial entrepreneur endeavors, she is devoted to her philanthropy work with Girls Inc. of Greater Miami. Loren has a Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology and is pursuing her Psy. D. in Cross-Cultural Psychology from California Southern University. Loren is a nonfiction writer who is passionate about exploring cultural intelligence, management, and leadership topics. With over a decade of experience working in various corporate settings, Loren has developed a keen insight into the intricacies of the workplace and what it takes to succeed as a leader. Her writing is driven by a deep desire to help individuals and organizations maximize their potential through effective leadership strategies, and she has a talent for breaking down complex concepts into simple, actionable steps. Loren’s work has been widely recognized for its clarity and practicality and has been featured in numerous publications and conferences.

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