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August 29, 2017

About the Session and Lou Radja


Executive Session – Ubuntu Leadership: Courageous Inclusion through Interdependence

In today’s smaller, flatter and multicultural world, it is imperative that we fully grasp and understand the challenges and opportunities that inclusion and diversity bring. From county to state level, Oregon recognizes the value of preparing and equipping its citizens to become inclusive & culturally competent leaders and capitalize on the opportunities that diversity brings. To embrace and value the diversity our state, country and world have to offer, we must first embrace and value it in ourselves. Looking at our internal challenges like our own attitude and implicit bias as well as external ones like those we hire or associate with. Courageous Inclusion starts with me! Ubuntu Leadership is a comprehensive, fun, and transformational presentation that will help Public Employees engage in Courageous Inclusion through Interdependence. Since great learning is a two way street, the presentation is done in an interactive style to engage participants through dialogues and exercises. Ubuntu Leadership is presented in a safe environment in order to encourage open dialogue and discussion on cultural and interpersonal differences without being judged.

About Lou Radja

A true social entrepreneur, Lou Radja continues to work tirelessly to help individuals and teams thrive at the intersection of success & significance. A recognized and award winning Motivational Speaker and founder of Lou Radja Enterprises, Mr. Radja’s trainings on leadership, personal growth, diversity and service inspire and equip audiences around the world, to Be More and Give More. As Founder and Executive Director of EduCongo, a U.S. based nonprofit organization; Lou’s energy is also devoted to generating awareness and support to provide quality education for over 2,000 underprivileged children in the Congo. A graduate of Portland State University where he studied International Affairs with a focus on development challenges and opportunities in today’s globalized world. Lou is a member and Past President of the Portland Pearl Rotary Club, an active member of the World Affairs Council of Oregon. Lou and his wife Stacy are proud parents of two boys, Yenga and Senda!



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