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“I always tend to see more similarities than differences. I always tend to see more things that we share than our contradictions” “Find the commonalities and emphasize them. Resolve conflicts not by force but by mutual acceptance” Dr. Herbert Traxl, Former Austrian Ambassador
You have not heard from me in a while for good reasons and one of them was that I was busy reading. Generally, I would have coffee or tea with a chosen guest to bring you the long and short of it. This time, I ended up having gallons of tea with a book written by our last chosen guest, David Livermore.
Meet my charming, affable guest of the month- the founder of the Cultural Intelligence Center in East Lansing, Michigan, and a visiting research fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He consults with global organizations around the world, including the Harvard Business School, Google, Coca-Cola, the US Department of Defense, BMW, Qatar Airways, the United Nations, and dozens more.
Her views were quite different from those of some people I know in the USA, where, irrespective of race, religion, colour or gender, they have scaled ladders of success as defined by society. Therefore, it was important to meet her…to get a different voice on Diversity and Inclusion at my table.
Coffee with MG: diversity and inclusion with Garima Tyagi, HR business partner leader for Verizon India
“Diversity can be counterproductive unless inclusion comes into play!” Garima is very sure of that. A month ago, I was...
Starting this April, we are pleased to bring you views, opinions and ideas from a large but select cross-section of experts on biannual topics under the blog: Coffee with MG. Our topic for this half of an already eventful 2022 is Diversity and Inclusion. Our first guest: SIETAR Germany's former President Gary Thomas.