Monthly Archives: December 2020

DIVERSITY IN THE NEW NORMAL

With so much change occurring at so many levels this year, a number of people have asked for my perspective on D&I in the new normal that we are now experiencing. There has indeed been shifts in organisations from top to bottom. Work from home, virtual work and new ways of doing things have emerged […]

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THE SEASON TO BE JOLLY …..

With the festive season almost upon us, I am always mindful of the importance of being culturally agile when bringing people together and the significance of religious holidays to different cultures. It can be quite easy to offend people unintentionally at this time of year. So, I thought it might be apt to discuss acknowledging […]

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Sustaining D&I

Recently a number of former clients have been in touch wanting to discuss re-engaging in D&I work. I find it really interesting that these clients have returned having realised there is more work to be done in the space. For me this reflects an aspect that so many people in the space would be aware […]

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WHEN CULTURES CLASH…..

The current situation occurring in the political realm between Australia and China is an interesting example of cross -cultural conflict. Politics aside, the behaviours and responses of both parties have been highly ethnocentric in their approach. Australia has failed to temper it’s response and been perhaps too hasty in responding. They have also reacted to […]

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