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  • Diversity and Inclusion work in Australian organisations is predominantly focused on gender, and there are historic reasons for that (which can be the topic of another article). What I want to ponder here is the more recent positive development of an expansion of the Diversity and Inclusion work portfolio in…

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  • So it finally happened. The inaugural SIETAR Australasia conference was held in Cairns on October 16-18, and it was a fabulous event. A big thank you to Hatice Sitki, the president, and all of the others involved in organising the event Although the number of delegates was small, we all…

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  • Over the last few months I have been involved with the Culturally Responsive Palliative Care Project. I have been part of a team effort to create learning materials to provide Victoria wide cultural responsiveness training for the palliative care sector. Last Tuesday I delivered the first workshop in a series of…

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Culturewise Practice Pty Ltd
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  • A few weeks ago I was invited by the Australian Human Resources Institute to respond to a number of questions regarding Australian businesses and inclusion and diversity. I thought to share my responses with this post.   1. Should Australian businesses put more emphasis on Diversity & Inclusion? This is…

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Conscious Choice

  • Being confronted with stories and pictures of conflict between people on this planet on a daily basis, reminds me about how much energy is expended on hate. It is quotes like these that reminds me that we can make different choices, and that is begins with yourself....what are you choosing?…

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  • Most of the theoretical models we us in the intercultural field have been critiqued as essentialising culture and as projecting those notions of cultural differences onto others that are perceived as most strange to us. Thus, according to Adrian Holliday, in his book Intercultural Communication and Ideology, we engage in 'projecting and…

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  • Spontaneous leadership describes that human quality of being able to respond in the moment in an unplanned manner. Spontaneous leadership arises in environments where everyone is acknowledged for his/her capacity to contribute, and encouraged to take personal responsibility to express their wisdom, creating a ‘leaderful’ organisation or society. Why unplanned?…

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Reflexive Practice

  • Many of us are familiar with the notion of reflective practice. This is where we reflect or look back – alone or with others – on our words, actions and outcomes or results of our practice. We do this to identify to what extent work is representative of ‘best practice’; representative…

Culturewise Practice Pty Ltd
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  • Sandra and I were privileged to work with the ECCQ CALD Learning Project, providing training to teachers and staff of the Central Queensland TAFE. It was a fabulous experience.  We based the training on our Culturewise Practice approach and focused on communication and teachings and learning practice. As we do…

Culturewise Practice Pty Ltd
Culturewise Practice Pty Ltd
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  • Culturewise Practice® is an approach and framework that enables individuals and groups to interact more effectively with each other. It integrates sound theoretical principles of personal, community and organizational development, with intercultural communication. Our logo embodies its meaning; a continuing, dynamic spiraling process of gaining insights and capabilities. Firstly, the purple circle...

Culturewise Practice Pty Ltd
Culturewise Practice Pty Ltd
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  • Diversity and Inclusion work in Australian organisations is predominantly focused on gender, and there are historic reasons for that (which can be the topic of another article). What I want to ponder here is the more recent positive development of an expansion of the Diversity and Inclusion work portfolio in…

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