U Gibraltar: Intercultural Management (Gibraltar)

“JobLecturer/Senior Lecturer position, Business School,
University of Gibraltar, Europa Point, Gibraltar. Deadline: 31 March 2023.

The University of Gibraltar invites applications for a permanent position to teach on the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered by the School of Business for the academic year 2023/24 onwards i.e. commencing in September 2023. The position would ideally suit those seeking to apply their experience in a new setting. Applicants are expected to hold a PhD (or recognised equivalent) or a good Master’s degree with significant (relevant) industry experience. Applicants should also have ideally, a minimum two years’ teaching experience in Higher Education (including experience within the United Kingdom) and some relevant industry experience. Previous overseas work experience is also desirable.

They are looking for a candidate who is able to teach a variety of modules in the areas of management and finance, including but not to limited to: Organisational Behaviour, Management Strategy, Intercultural Management, Entrepreneurship, Investment Analysis and Corporate Finance.

FH Münster: Intercultural Management & Corporate Communications (Germany)

“JobProfessorship in Intercultural Management and Corporate Communications, Institute of Business Administration and Engineering, FH Münster, Germany. Deadline: 20 November 2022.

You will teach the subject of “Intercultural Management and Corporate Communication” through courses for Bachelor’s and Master’s students. You will promote the factor of interdisciplinary collaboration by working closely and confidentially with your ITB colleagues and ITB technical departments. By acquiring and implementing application-oriented projects, you will also make an important contribution to general research strengths. You will teach in Münster, Steinfurt, and at FH Münster’s study sites, as well as in part-time study programmes (usually on Saturdays).

ICN Business School: Organizational Behavior & Intercultural Management (France)


Assistant/Associate Professor in Organizational Behavior & Intercultural Management, ICN Business School, Paris, France. Deadline: 19 July 2021.

The ideal candidate for this position in ICN’s Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour Department will have teaching experience and strong research interests in such fields as organisational behaviour, intercultural management and team management. Networking experience with the corporate world would be an asset. The candidate is expected to pursue research excellence, preferably connecting to the school’s main research themes (Unesco Chair – ICN Business School)(icn-artem.com) and to teach to multiple audiences (Bachelor, Master, Executive Education) in English, on the different campuses and teaching sites of the school. The ability to teach in French will be an asset. Candidates are expected to demonstrate their willingness to innovate in the design of courses, teaching material and teaching methods.

Maura Di Mauro Profile

ProfilesMaura Di Mauro teaches Intercultural Management at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Piacenza, Italy, and in other universities.

Maura Di Mauro

She is an Intercultural Trainer, Consultant and Coach, and an expert on Sustainability and Social Innovation. She has experience in assessment and development center activities for large multinational groups, both in Italy and abroad, in training managerial teams on the development of their intercultural and global skills, on leading multicultural teams, and on Diversity and Inclusion Management Design Strategies. From 2016 to 2019 she was the President of SIETAR Italia, and Board Member of SIETAR Europe, and has served as consultant to ISMU Foundation and other groups for research and training projects.

Publications include:

Di Mauro, M. (2021). Includere e valorizzare le competenze dei Migranti: TRAINING toolkit sul diversity management. ISMU Foundation.

Boerchi, D., Di Mauro, M., & Sarli, A. (2020). Guidelines for the identification and assessment of migrants’ soft skills. ISMU Foundation.

Di Mauro, M., & Gehrke, B. (2019). Feeling Italian. SIETAR Italia

Di Mauro, M., & Taratuhina, Y. (Eds.). (2019). East and West relations bridging: SIETAR Russia and SIETAR Europa 2018 Conference Proceedings.

Di Mauro, M. & Gehrke, B. (Eds.). (2018). Multicultural identities: Challenging the sense of belonging, Conference proceeding of IX SIETAR Italia International Conference. Fondazione Intercultura.

Di Mauro, M. (2016). Tourism: An opportunity for mobility and intercultural encounters. Intercultural Training and Consulting for the development of the tourism industry. In E. J. Nash, N. C. Brown, & L. Bracci (Eds.), Intercultural horizons: Identities, relationships and languages in migration (vol. 4). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.

Di Mauro, M. (2015). The extension of intercultural competence today: from individual effectiveness, to innovative, responsible and sustainable practices. In L. Bracci, N. C. Brown, & E. J. Nash (Eds.), Intercultural horizons: Intercultural competence – key to the new multicultural societies of the globalized world (vol. 3). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.

Work for CID:

Maura Di Mauro participated in a CID/UNESCO focus group for the Futures of Education Initiative, and wrote ICD Exercise #2.

International Conference on Intercultural Management (Romania)

International Conference on Intercultural Management, Iasi, Romania, 2016

The Conference is organized by the Center for Socio-Economic Studies and Multiculturalism together with “Nutrigrup” Romania Association and other partners. The conference will bring together scholars and practitioners in order to support the dialogue between theory and practice in intercultural management and global leadership. The conference will combine academic and practitioner presentations with workshops. The conference will host 6 keynote speakers. Noted business, academic and community leaders are invited to use the conference as a forum to share their expertise, experience, and research in diverse areas. The conference is aimed at presenting current approaches to intercultural management and global leadership with emphasis on the new challenges for Eastern Europe.

The goals of the conference are:
• To draw attention to the new and important challenges of globalization for Eastern European countries
• To provide scholars, educators, business professionals and practitioners from different countries with opportunities to interact, network and benefit from each other’s research and expertise related to intercultural management and global leadership issues
• To share resources, ideas, and best practices for building intercultural management competence and engage in dialogue on how to tap into the positive sides of cultural diversity , and how companies and institutions can realize its potential.
• To synthesize research perspectives and foster interdisciplinary scholarly dialogues for developing integrated approaches to complex problems of communication and understanding across cultures
• To disseminate through volumes and websites the results of research and practice to other practitioners and professionals in the field of intercultural management
• To educate the general audience on intercultural issues and on the results of research and practice in intercultural management and leadership

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