I support people across cultures in cultivating connection through clarity in communication.
My work in
has taught me that
– collaborative co-creation can only happen through curiosity –
– cross-cultural success relies on how well we know ourselves and our culture –
– intercultural savvy (CQ) goes beyond sharing a common language and “being nice” –
I support you in your cross-cultural business activities and communication skills. My coaching and training provides insights and “user friendly” tools to assist you in understanding complex cultural and communication issues.
Much of your/our success depends on the words we choose to use. When we understand how our own culture and social conditioning affects our communication and behavior, we become better at understanding others.
Language acquisition, honed communication skills, as well as a shift in perspective and attitude, fosters an inclusive approach which promotes individual as well as team success.
Your skills are refined which gets you eager exchange in work and play.
Your experiential learning equips you with confidence and credibility.
The world is your oyster when it comes to opportunities and success.
I so enjoy being instrumental in and contributing to “a change for the better” in our world. We all need to change our personal and collective thinking – 2020 has proven this – and the only way to do this is through the conversations we are having. We need to put a better message out to the world!
In a nutshell? “cultura”(Latin) which comes from the verb “colo” or “colere” means to tend, care, look after and cultivate. I support people in communicating and bringing their ideas and ways of doing things, together. Meaningful communication and interpersonal collaboration is achieved with curiosity, compassion (EQ) and cultural understanding (CQ).
They say you’ll fall in love! And, get excited, inspired to “get going” and get what you want by my encouraging no-buts, kick-butt style!
Through conversation and thought provoking questions to inspire reflection, clarity, action and change. I also blog a bit.