Are you experiencing conflict or misunderstanding around
race, sexual orientation or religion in your workplace?
My work is all about Opening up Dialogue, Raising Awareness, Respecting Others’ Opinions, Negotiating Across Differences and Disagreement, and Modeling Tolerance and Respect.
It is not about Shutting Down Conversation, Judgment, Pressure, Pointing Fingers, Therapy, One-sided Thinking, or Tolerating.
I want to enable my participants to be PROACTIVE and RESPONSIVE in the areas of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion and bullying – not reactive.
At Intercultural Solutions, I offer consulting, workshops, training and speaking engagements. Training includes intercultural/cross-cultural dialogue, understanding, bridge building, multiple perspectives, strategies to address polarizing rhetoric and viewpoints.
I can help you with interactive, results-oriented
workshops and training.
My areas of expertise are…
Diversity and Inclusion Training
Develop essential communication skills for cross-cultural dialogue… Learn More
Gain awareness, knowledge, and skills to work effectively in diverse, multicultural environments… Learn More
“She can question without offending, and point out where agreement can lead to collaboration. Her sense of doing what is best for all, as well as her good humor, help us all work more cooperatively and positively.”
– Nancy Horvath
Read the latest from my blog…
The Cheri Hill Show Interview: Kim O'Reilly Ph.D., UNR Professor Spoke with Cheri Hill, Wealth Protection Diva on The Cheri Hill Show. They discussed multicultural issues in the workplace and elsewhere, and the economic impact as well. Recorded live on January 3,...read more
What is culture? What cultures do we identify with, and why does it matter? There are an estimated 350 definitions of culture. With so many definitions, it almost seems too broad and encompassing to even be useful. However, there are ways to clarify the term and to...read more
“We often don’t see things as they are – we see them as we are.” - Anais Nin I love this quote! It captures how we look at people, events, and ideas through our own life experiences, our beliefs, and our feelings. In other words, we look through our own cultural...read more