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Would you choose Diversity Team building or Traditional Diversity Training?
Both diversity interventions have a place in the business, or government arenas.
Traditional Diversity Training.
With skills and understanding being developed in this form of diversity training, there are often individual, intellectual changes.
The delegates will get to know why we view the world…Continue
Building respect and relationships, within negotiating teams will change the outcomes of wage negotiations.
Picture an All Black playing against the Springboks. They are traditional rivals. As he walks onto the field, he has no thought of negotiation in mind. His focus is to win at any cost. The Bok players feel exactly the same.
His team start with an impressive Haka. (In South Africa…Continue
A story of self-denial in a World of opportunity.
I used to watch in amazement as friends walked away from great opportunities, because an unknown group called “they”, said they were “bad.” When I asked who “they” were, there was never a definitive answer.
Around the world Governments rise and fall because of “them”. Examinations are difficult because “they” are out to get the students. Families are in conflict because the mysterious “they” intervened. People…Continue
There is more to life than what we can see with our eyes.
A regal young Native American man stood before me and asked me if he could sing to me. Deep within my spirit I felt touched, I was in a place of peace that I had never experienced. Dream people, around us, faded away. It was just he and I, as he began to sing, in that majestic and mystical moment.
The song hung in the air like fragrant and colourful blossoms in the wind. It was strange and yet familiar.…Continue
A short tale on how easy it is to mis-communicate across cultures and languages.
The narrow, dusty roads wound endlessly around the steep sides of the Valley of a 1000 hills.
To my right the magnificent Inanda dam held back the waters of the mighty Umgeni. Behind me the river bounced into the best section of rapids, between Pietermaritzburg, and Durban, Africa’s biggest port. This was a fairly new view of the dam for me. Normally I would have been on…Continue