1. Peter Brook

He founded The International Centre for Theatre Creation in 1970 which is a multicultural theatrical production and research company.

  2. Aimé Fernand David Césaire

He is a famous cross-cultural politician as well as an author.

  3. Charles Alexander Eastman

He was a cross-cultural active leader in politics as well as issues on the rights of the American Indian and worked towards improving the lives of the youths.

  4. Curtis Curry

Curtis Curry in essence is a cross cultural competency workshop leader who teaches students as well as his fellow business leaders on the cross cultural competence skills which he basically refers them as the 3Cs. In his workshops, he clearly focuses on understanding ones cultural background as well as the communication styles from different cultures (Building Cross Cultural Competence and Future Global Leaders at Florida Tech | Florida Institute of Technology, 2012).  
Based on the Curtis Curry image, the strategies that are to be adopted can actually be geared at improving the intergroup relations within the organization. The strategies should by and large extend address individual and institutional sources of discrimination as well as prejudice in the situations and contexts within which the participants in the activity or program live, work and learn (Strategies for Reducing Racial and Ethnic Prejudice, n.d).   The strategies formulated must involve participants who truly reflect linguistic, ethnic and racial diversity and be structured in a manner that ensures equal status roles and cooperative for people from different groups. It will be realized that ethnic and racial relations can only be improved by generating opportunities that encourage positive equal status interaction within the dissimilar groups.
  As manager I should ensure that the strategies that are adopted fully influence the individuals’ behavior including their capability and motivation so as to...