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1. Guide to Thought Diversity & Leadership
2. Managing Religious Diversity in the Workplace
3. Best Strategies for Cross-Cultural Communication
4. Counteract Hate with the 3 Step No-Hate Process
5. Un-Bias Guide for LEADERS
6. Un-Bias Guide for EDUCATORS
#1 KEYNOTES & WORKSHOPS:
GUIDE to THOUGHT DIVERSITY & LEADERSHIP
Three steps to creativity & innovation with our copyrighted Matrix Model Management System textbook and accompanying workbook. This keynote has frequently been accompanied by workshops that build teams and coordinate the diversity on those teams. based on the cultural anthropology principles of Claude Levi-Strauss, the Matrix Model Management System combines communication, conflict management, and problem solving strategies.
Are religious differences causing friction in your workplace or community? Learn how to manage religious differences with religious literacy. Religious Diversity at Work includes Train-the-Trainer materials as well as discussion questions and scenarios.
Learn to communicate across cultural boundaries with the 3-strategy CCD: 1) Context, 2) Cultural Expressions, and 3) Directness. This keynote and accompanying workshops can be tailored specifically to make the Global-Southern connection more efficient and effective. For those in the South, Deborah Levine makes her book available in bulk: Going Southern: the No-Mess Guide to Success in the South.
Learn strategies to prepare yourself and your organization to counteract hate with the 3 Step No-Hate Process. This keynote is both inspirational educational and includes Deborah Levine’s book, The Liberator’s Daughter. For accompanying workshops, see the Un-Bias Guides for dealing with unconscious bias in the workplace.
Designed for team training in the workplace: business leaders, nonprofit administrators, and innovative entrepreneurs. CLICK at the bottom of the following short video to hear Deborah Levine share why the Un-Bias Guide is what today’s workplace needs.
The Un-Bias Guide for Educators is based on Levine’s Matrix Model Management System which embeds the storytelling principles of cultural anthropology in diversity training. The Un-Bias Guide for Educators is a combination text / workbook customized for high school students, teachers, and administrators. The Un-Bias Guide is an innovative tools for maximizing awareness, boosting sensitivity, and developing competence at a time of intensified biases, both conscious and unconscious. The Un-Bias methodology is interactive on both an individual and group level.
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