Malcolm Glover

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Conflict resolution
United States
Malcolm Glover
Dr. Malcolm Glover is a global leadership scholar and humanitarian who travels the world helping people solve problems. As a crisis manager, communication analyst, educator, and award-winning journalist, Dr. Glover has worked with governments and grassroots organizations in over twelve countries on five continents. He is CEO of Glover Global, an innovative consulting firm offering comprehensive strategies that yield successful results for individuals, communities, and institutions. Dr. Glover is also an Assistant Professor of Public Administration at Webster University. He has completed research on the interrelated nature of gendered leadership, conflict management, and cultural identity at global organizations and examined the ways leaders manage a multicultural workforce in an interdependent world. Dr. Glover has worked with NPR, MSNBC, MTV, the United States Agency for International Development, Winrock International, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Heifer International, the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and several other institutions. In every endeavor, he strives to build coalitions and improve outcomes for initiatives in the public and private sectors.

Geographic experience

North America, Africa, United Kingdom, South-East Asia, Middle East & North Africa



Experience as a coach (formal/informal)

10 years

Experience as a facilitator

10 years

UFacilitator stage


Malcolm will be good at the complex, multi-stakeholder projects that involve a deep understanding of and work with the dynamics of the group, particularly focused on improving communication and resolving conflicts.


Education, Skill development and employability, Gender equity, self-help groups, women-led businesses, International development, Peace and conflict, Race equity, Policy making, Entrepreneurship


  • Methodologies creatively used: SWOT analysis, Ethnography, conflict resolution
  • Crisis Communication, Team Building, Leadership, DEI Strategies (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion), how to work through differences
  • Explorer at heart feels comfortable working with different cultures in different countries irrespective of language barriers
  • Use of body language and non-linguistic methods of communication
  • Creating materials for training adults and delivering the training (in-person and virtual)
  • Material on policymaking related to policing
  • Has worked in complex situations involving race, multiple stakeholders, long-term conflicts
  • Building long-term relationships, creating a space of trust and friendship, understanding and working with the dynamics of a group

Areas of development and learning

  • Lean, Deep Democracy, Liberating Structures, Design Thinking
  • Improving coaching skills in the context of coaching a leader to facilitate their own meetings and events

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