I came to the Next Stage Facilitation program as a yoga teacher and a teacher trainer. As a woman of colour in an industry where
As a young boy growing up in Jamaica, I believed that I was developmentally behind because I was black, Jamaican, and materially disadvantaged. As I
I began my self-care coaching business as way to teach others about the self-care habits that sustained me through the toughest moments of my life.
I was in a meeting recently discussing the take down of Harvey Weinstein and others accused of sexual harassment, and the rise of the #metoo
While I’m not aware of my fears all the time, when facilitating groups, my “big fear” becomes very alive. Will I be able to
“I hate this exercise,” she announced in moment of quiet as the group sat working diligently on their own. “I am sick of
For me, as a consultant on diversity and inclusion (D&I), “Diversity Work” is a radical call to embrace difference. It is a means of challenging
In my experience, any time we engage in a conversation about our differences with an intention to prove the other side wrong, we’re heading for
If there were a word for our chapter in history, it might be “interconnected.” Organizations, teams, movements, individuals, economies, ecosystems. Is there any part of
It is important for anyone in leadership positions today to understand how our world views evolve, and explore how these differences can be worked with.
How do we open up a conversation about race in the wake of tragedy like the one that took place in Charleston, South Carolina? Every
For the past ten years, my work as a facilitator has primarily focused on diverse groups where multiple stakeholders need to come together around a
There is an old saying in Zen: Everything the same; everything different. This is a truth that is so obvious that it goes without saying.