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We’re in the business of partnering with you to build skill sets for a culturally competent global workforce. Let’s have a conversation how we can assist you and your organization to create an inclusive, engaged, equitable and diverse workforce.



Biases are preconceived notions and predispositions that are deeply ingrained in every person. They are the result of cultural priming, learning, personal experiences and individual development. We are hardwired to default to use schemas and mental models to process and sort information in a way that makes sense to us. Unconscious bias may create barriers to effectively interact with differences, create cultural bias pathways in hiring, promotional practices and inhibit an inclusive, effective workplace.


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How do you communicate and deal with conflict? Is your conflict style influenced by cultural conditioning?

Intercultural Conflict & Communication
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Intercultural capacity is one’s ability to recognize and engage in complex cultural differences and nuance similarities. Because we tend to gravitate to those we perceive are most like us, to effectively engage in complex differences, one must acquire the skills, developmentally and experiential.To learn more, contact us.



Organization effectiveness is a process of formulation and implementation. We can help your organization’s leadership team formulate concise strategic directions and set measurable, time-bound actionable outcomes.



Organization Disconnect

Do you sense a disconnect in how your organization delivers and meet key internal and external customer needs? Does it feel like you’ve tried everything but the disconnect between the two continues to be a recurring issue? Did you know, for many organizations, one key factor that hinders growth internally and ripples externally to customers is ________. Here at Lyfewin Consulting, we pride ourselves in helping you find “A Different Way Of Life,” a different approach to your organization’s recurring internal and external conflict(s).

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Randa Abdel-Fattah, Author

In a multicultural, diverse society there are countless ways in which people negotiate the everyday lived experience and reality of diversity.

Roger Wilkins,Pulitzer Prize Winner, Historian

We have no hope of solving our problems without harnessing the diversity, the energy, and the creativity of all our people.

Thomas Perez, US Secretary of Labor

Employers have recognized for some time that it's smart business to have a diverse workforce - one in which many views are represented and everyone's talents are valued...