Dr. Amala Luncheon is a management professional who consistently strives to marry her love of Caribbean culture with academia. Having worked across different industries in three countries, she has developed an appreciation for the soft skills that make organizations and social interactions seamless. Dr. Luncheon, who holds a Ph.D. in Management with a specialization in Leadership and Organizational Change, is a systems thinker and creative problem solver who applies a holistic approach to problem-solving, which is a highly valued skill in today’s volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environment.
Terrin Callender is best known as Jaiga in Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean. An artist, radio personality, songwriter, father of two, and all-around creative genius, the soca lover and undying patriot has given most of his life to the culture of Trinidad and Tobago. In a concerted effort to entertain, educate, and inform, he takes the time to understand subjects and relay them to his audience in a format they appreciate. Recognized for his “Great is the Artform” brand, Terrin is willing to lend his support to anyone who can benefit from his advice and expertise.
We live in an interactive world. On a daily basis we interact with each other and machines. The way we live is continuously evolving. Technology changes quickly and some people are living through full cycles of products in their lifetime and watching landscapes change. Using music as an example – some people know what an 8-track is, some only know that files are in the mp3 format! The parts like records, cassettes, CDs, Walkman, discman are foreign to many!In this podcast we talk about everyday things and look at them using the soft skills or human interaction approach. Those things include emotional intelligence, teamwork, communication, resilience, and the like! Be sure to tune in.