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We hear from interculturalists about their work and their personal journeys. Each guest adds something of value to the Intercultural Toolbox, a public resource to help others doing this kind of work succeed. Subscribe to discover the secret sauce of cross-cultural coaching, training and consultancy, and get involved at www.interculturaltoolbox.org.
 
BMTT is an unscripted, no-holds-barred podcast based in Seoul. We talk pop culture, current issues, and pretty much whatever else holds our interest. It’s basically a volatile mixture of praising the good and trashing the bad according to the universal standard—us. Sheltered souls and members of the PC brigade beware: this ain’t your grandma’s bingo party.
 
Bluegrass Ambassadors is the Non-profit arm of the internationally touring band, Henhouse Prowlers. The group has played in 11 countries in Africa, Russia, Pakistan and more. From learning songs and traditions of different cultures to finding fans of American music in the most remote parts of the world, these adventures have shaped the bands sound and outlook on life. Come along with us as we post interviews, music, and stories from people you might never hear from otherwise.
 
In Career Talks for Cross-Cultural Professionals, Samuel Yip interviews business leaders with diverse cultural background from different industries to discuss how they became leaders and the forces that shape their career. The goal of this project is to help empower cross-cultural professionals to further foster their career advancement and leadership development.
 
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Mindful Expat, with Dana Nelson, Ph.D.

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Mindful Expat, with Dana Nelson, Ph.D.

Dana Nelson, Ph.D. | Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Expat Counselor | Inter

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Mindful Expat is a weekly podcast show designed for those living abroad to provide you with weekly guideposts for emotional wellbeing and resilience in your international life and to help you make the most of your inner and outer journeys. Living abroad presents us with unique challenges, but also equally unique opportunities for personal growth and development. Psychologist and expat counselor, Dana Nelson, Ph.D., shares insights on emotional wellbeing for overseas adventurers and brings yo ...
 
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Nannette Ripmeester reviews how culture impacts recruitment and what recruiters fishing in the global talent pool can do to make their hiring processes more culturally inclusive. 0.00 Intro Hello to our guest 2.10 What is happening in recruitment? The stop and start of the recruiting in the pandemic. New post-pandemic interview questions. Where do …
 
Elaine Teo is an interculturalist who has integrated mindfulness into her coaching and training practice. Listen if you want to experience how she models a mindful moment deployed as part of a corporate training programme. 0.00 Intro and Elaine’s story Elaine’s story and how she started with Mindfulness. About the over-concentration on the intellec…
 
Fiona Price tells the story of her work with international names: a highly intercultural specialism yet highly unusual in the intercultural field 0.00 Intro Getting Fiona’s name right. 3.08 Fiona's story How did Fiona develop her unusual specialism? A smash hit idea. 5.53 First impressions How much do first impressions matter? What is the role of n…
 
Grazia Ghellini shares stories from her work as a professor of intercultural ethics 0.00 Intro and Grazia Ghellini’s story Her multicultural life and multiple roles. On being an intercultural game maker. 12.16 What is business ethics? What business ethics tackles and how it connects with intercultural themes 14.09 Ethics in a real, diverse world So…
 
Guy Bondonneau shares stories from his paid and unpaid work as an interculturalist mediator and treasurer 0.00 Intro Why SIETAR matters to so many interculturalists. This episode's Culture Count. 2.15 Guy Bondonneau’s story His life and work. Naming an intercultural business. ESSEC mediator qualification. 12.40 Volunteering in general Why volunteer…
 
In this episode interculturalist Miroslava Hristova shares insights into her digital transformation projects and other change programmes. Culture is often a factor, so we hear how she raises awareness and develops intercultural competence for her clients. 3.48 Miroslava Hristova’s story Her life and work. Bulgaria, Morocco and France. Discovering p…
 
In this episode, interculturalist Hana Bui gives some personal and cultural context for her work in Myanmar and we hear how writing and publishing her first book led her onto the best seller list in her category on Amazon. 3.42 Hana's story Origins, work, publishing 5.29 The opening of Myanmar What it was like to end six decades of isolation. 7.46 …
 
In this special bi-lingual episode, interculturalist Margarita Celedón looks at our field from a Latin perspective. We switch to Spanish at 55 minutes, hosted by Francisco Queriuga, President of the Latin American Chamber of Commerce in Paris. Full episode details at https://www.interculturaltoolbox.org/episodes/what-is-intercultural-in-spanish 4.4…
 
Agnès Domercq shares her experience of working on Olympics preparation as an interculturalist 3.12 Agnès’ Story How Agnès entered the intercultural profession while working for a Japanese company, some Olympic experiences and her current work. 8.35 The behind-the-scenes landscape of the Olympics About the IOC, the IPC, the Host City and the way the…
 
We talked about shooting images, using image banks, cliché, legal issues, a training case, Brenda's life in culture and photography and of course we hear what Brenda is adding to the toolbox. 1.28 When it was shocking to see an intercultural image Benetton became the norm 3.25 Brenda's story Her multicultural origins. Explaining cultures from an ea…
 
Samkelo Blom tells his story and the inspiration for his current business: Nomatu Consulting where he focuses on diversity, inclusion and belonging by coaching teams and leaders out of offices in Cape Town, Joburg and KZN. 3.53 Samkelo's story His work in the past, his current company, his projects all over Africa and beyond. 5.40 A global D&I thin…
 
We talked about generational divides and how they emerge differently in different cultures. Through Saurabh's own story setting up a training academy with an emphasis on crossing cultures, we hear his observations on the kind of approaches that work well among younger training participants, and some universal principles for connecting across cultur…
 
What myths about France need to be rethought? Is economic life in France bureaucractic and slow? When people start behaving in a new way, is it a change in the culture or just current events? In the warm-up for this show, Kathryn shared some tips on understanding the French, so we've included her recommendations in the episode details, including li…
 
Christina Eichelberger Holding and I share a conversation about music and movies. Christina comes from a family of filmmakers / artists and supporters of the arts. We chat about the importance of understanding the balance between art and commerce and the insane amount of work it takes behind the scenes to make art / music commercial. Please subscri…
 
Gregory J Bradley and Lee Anthony Smith are the writers of WAR a movie starring Jet Li and Jason Statham. We recount Greg and Lee's journey to Hollywood (with some wild stories!) and they give an honest and respectful account on the making of WAR. This movie was a mixed bag and we all learned a lot from the making of the film and we hope you will l…
 
Sharing a workshop I did put together by The Harvard Crimson Global Essay Competition (HCGEC). This workshop was held on March 26, 2021 under the title of Industry Leaders: Storytelling in Television and Film, with Eli Attie and Jason Lin. Eli Attie is an Emmy-winning TV writer and producer on drama series including THE WEST WING and HOUSE. HCGEC b…
 
Ryky Tran on breaking into and working in Hollywood and ultimately why he left and how he created his YouTube channel Burrfection, a knife centric channel. Jason Lin and Ryky Tran share a conversation about Hollywood and the unique challenges Asians need to overcome in the industry and how we can work to change things. Ryky was born in Vietnam. Par…
 
Join us as Luc interviews Dave and Shannon Edmonson as they share their experiences crossing cultures. Their passion for loving the orphan is contagious. Dave and Shannon unpack the genesis story of One Generation Alliance and Rancho Hermosa and share the 'on the ground' stories of serving orphans. Their entire story is one miracle after another! G…
 
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