In a rapidly globalizing world, culture and identity are increasingly recognized as having profound implications for professional success across a range of industries and practices. An understanding and appreciation of the intersectionality of Culture, Identity, and Power as conceptual frameworks are central to effective professional interactions and institutional progress. This course presents students with theoretical lenses and situations to recognize issues related to Culture, Identity, and Power. Students will then have the opportunity to explore these concepts within their own programs and apply real-world solutions to their organizations. This course presents approaches for thinking about Culture, Identity, and Power in professional environments, and for mitigating cultural and identity-based conflict in the workplace and beyond.