We work with you to explore the options of cultural congruence. This includes identifying:
- The culture(s) that form your identity.
- The elements of your culture you wish to retain.
- Ways to carry these elements forward for your vibrant future.
We help you to reconnect and reintegrate desired elements into your life in a manner that works for you.
Third Culture Kids
Cultural bereavement occurs when an individual or a group is uprooted from their culture; resulting in a loss of social structures, cultural values and self-identity.
Cultural dissonance is an uncomfortable sense of disharmony or conflict experienced by an individual or a group in the midst of change in their cultural environment.
Our personal identity is based in part on how we connect (or fail to connect) with our culture and also the culture around us.
Cultural shame is a form of toxic shame which occurs when an individual or group has been made to feel ashamed of certain aspects of their culture to such an extent, it has resulted in feelings of shame over their cultural identity.
Third Culture Kids
A Third Culture Kid (TCK) is someone who spent a significant part of their childhood in a culture(s) other than their own. As a result, they have integrated elements of those cultures with their birth culture, to form a distinct blended culture. Their sense of belonging is in being with other TCKs.
As a Founding Partner with the John Maxwell Team, we incorporate the best in leadership training and development techniques from the #1 name in leadership.
Using Maxwell’s principles of leadership we work with you to express those principles in a manner that is culturally authentic for you.
Too many people change their cultural voice when they try to lead others and thus are trying to lead in a manner that is not authentic.
We work with you to not only develop an authentic leadership voice, but empower you to pass that legacy on to future generations.