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Increase Your Cultural Intelligence Or Else!

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Patricia Hirsch, MCC interviews Marilyn O'Hearne, MSW, MCC. Just when you think you have it all covered, IQ, EQ; WHAM. Something else hits you.

Cultural misunderstandings can result in costly loss of business. That is the “or Else.”

If you are thinking to yourself, “I have traveled, eaten at ethnic restaurants; therefore I am culturally intelligent and have nothing further to learn,” this is DEFINITELY for you.

Marilyn O’Hearne, Master Certified Coach, shares the ongoing journey of Cultural Intelligence that requires awareness, curiosity, empathy, and humility. Come and check out your cultural intelligence. There WILL be a quiz available to participants. Increase awareness of your own and your clients’ culture to avoid these costly misunderstandings and to provide a competitive advantage for your coaching business.

Marilyn O’Hearne, MSW, MCC is a globally experienced, since ’98, executive, leadership, and mentor coach. With Marilyn as their visionary thought partner, clients move from overwhelm to clarity, focus, and effectiveness. Her clients report renewed people (our greatest natural resource!) and energy which lead to prosperity rather than burn out and loss of talent.

She has lived in Spain and Brazil; served as an adjunct professor of Organizational Behavior and International Business in Hong Kong and Malaysia and continues to work internationally, including with United Nations leaders. Marilyn served as a Director, Global International Coach Federation Board, 2007-2012, including 2 years as Vice-President, and recently on the Advance Cultural Competency Advisory Team. Currently she is on the Association of Coach Training Organization’s board. She also served as Director of Education for a nonprofit in Brazil.

Marilyn contributed to Coaching by the Book and Law and Ethics in Coaching.

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