Diversity & Inclusion Strategist
I wanted to let you know that your keynote was excellent. As you were making the points, I kept thinking yes, yes, yes, this is gold!
I have had the great pleasure to work with Alden on developing the ‘Soft Skills for Succeeding in the Canadian Workplace’ workshop to our undergraduate international students at the Sauder School of Business. Alden is energizing, very creative and a true expert in the field of intercultural skills development and communication. His workshops are always very engaging and extremely well thought out with clear learning objectives and compelling activities. Alden has become a strong partner who has helped us deliver quality programs for our international students and I am looking forward to continuing working with him.
A personal thank you for the terrific presentation you put on Saturday. You entertained, inspired and moved the crowd. Your passion and knowledge in this field is extremely humbling for me to aspire to. I really enjoyed working you and hope to do so again.
For over a decade, Alden Habacon has been a thought leader on diversity and inclusion. His insights continue to shift thinking about the evolution of multiculturalism and his work has had a direct impact in promoting intercultural and intergenerational understanding within and across systems. Smart organizations who want to better equip themselves to meet the challenges of our ever-changing world would do well tap into Alden Habacon’s expertise.
Alden Habacon is the best thing to happen to UBC in a long time.
Alden Habacon was an amazing facilitator at the Coquitlam 125 Dish & Dialogues. The combination of his personable connection with others and his gift of orchestrating the events was critical to the Dish & Dialogues’ success. We are so grateful for his services!
Alden’s presentation was amazing. Personally, his presentation was the highlight of the conference.
Amazing speaker - spoke from head and heart, and had the ability to connect the two. Great choice!
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