Global Program Manager, Training & Leadership Development. Aviall, A Boeing Company.
Passionate about cultural awareness and improving the multicultural literacy quotient
of his clients, Emmanuel Dalavai teaches people from around the world to understand
each other better. He has lived on three continents in places like Kansas City, Dallas,
London, Paris, Geneva, Lyon, and has traveled extensively for work and pleasure. He
is President of EVD Enterprises/Enterprises Without Borders, a consulting firm he
started several years ago that helps global business leaders better understand the
complex worlds in which they live.
Emmanuel’s corporate career began in technical sales with SBC Communications/AT&T.
From that position he was
Dalavai successfully completed his dissertation proposal in May 2017.
promoted to risk analyst, business analyst and finally corporate trainer before leaving
the company to devote himself to training and education in other fields. As a global
business leader, he has worked in the telecom, healthcare and aviation/aerospace industries.
He has helped leaders to promote the positive aspects of increased cultural awareness,
to bridge the cultural divide among various people groups, and is delivering cross-cultural
and global language solutions to companies worldwide.
Presently, Emmanuel is employed with Aviall, A Boeing Company, where he is the global
leader of training and leadership development for all 42 of the firm’s locations.
He also serves on the Organizational Change Management team to establish Boeing’s
new Global Services business headquartered in Dallas, TX. In addition to these duties,
he serves as a coach to some of Boeing’s high potential leaders at the Boeing Leadership
Center in St. Louis. Emmanuel provides seminars on supply chain/global commerce, cross-cultural
communication, emotional intelligence and servant leadership at various academic institutions
and at leadership conferences. He possesses a passion for public speaking and training
professionals to equip them with the tools necessary to become better agents of change
in the marketplace.
University of Kansas, B.A. Chemistry, B.A. French
University of Dallas, Masters Telecommunications Management, MBA
Stanford University, Project Management