Sahar AndradeDateline: Diversity& Inclusion Consultant and trainer
First Published: Aug 12, 2010 / Last Published: Aug 02, 2012
I am an International consultant in Cultural Diversity and Cross-cultural Communication& Marketing. I enlighten organizations about the positive effects of Leadership and Team building in diverse environments and how to interact in a multi-cultural medium. Diversity as a concept focuses on a broader set of qualities than race, age and gender. In the context of the workplace, valuing diversity means creating a work environment that respects and includes differences. It recognizes the unique contributions that individuals from every culture can make. Being multi-lingual, having lived, been educated and worked in different parts of the globe, I have a personal appreciation and firsthand experience on how to integrate different cultures. My hands-on exprience as a diversity trainer enables me to educate cultural diversity and interacting successfully across International cultural barriers. My sessions are passionate, personal, humorous and from the heart. I am proud to have been asked to speak on the subject of diversity to the “City of West Hollywood, City of Burbank, Diversity & Inclusion Conference, Association of Fundraisers Professionals in CA, Jobing.com, NOW (National Organization of Women), NCJW (National Council of Jewish Women in Los Angeles), and scheduled to speak for the California Diversity Council at USC this year. I have also been interviewed on Radio at 1100 KFNX news radio twice as well as on “Her Start Up” BlogTalkradio. www.saharconsulting.com www.linkedin.con/in/saharandrade www.facebook.com/saharconsulting www.twitter.com/saharconsulting
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December 20, 2010
The Wal-Mart Discrimination Case
The Wal-Mart case: For a class action suit to be accepted it has to follow few guidelines as stated in Rule 23. Wal-Mart is allegedly paying women less than men for the same jobs and giving fewer promotions to female workers
December 8, 2010
The Longoria Affair- Part 2
I wanted to share the Longoria story; as I feel it was a turning point in the Civil Rights history; that changed many lives and started a new chapter in human freedoms.
November 30, 2010
The Longoria Affair- Part 1
In Texas during the 1940s, as in other parts of the country, Mexican Americans were considered non-white. Segregation of Mexican American children in schools and employment discrimination against Mexican American workers was omnipresent in some parts of the South.
November 18, 2010
Bridging The Generational Gap: Solutions
Age is a diversity issue, It is not singing “Kumbaya” but rather understanding and respecting our similarities and differences and putting them to work for us rather than against us.
November 16, 2010
Bridging the Generational Gap: Challenges
Mixing the generations in the work place has its advantages and it challenges, as each generation has its own strengths, as well as some solutions offered.
November 10, 2010
Bridging the Generational Gap: GEN Y
Gen Y, are shaped by their early experiences which created filters through which they see the world, and directly impact how they navigate their worlds.
November 8, 2010
Bridging the Generational Gap: GEN X
Gen X grew up in families where the divorce rates were the highest ever. They were raised mostly in single parent homes, and called latchkey kids.
November 4, 2010
Bridging The Generational Gap: The Baby Boomers
The Baby Boomers' era was very complex in terms of how this generation’s world was affected and is reflected in their behaviors, values, beliefs and characters.
November 2, 2010
Bridging the Generational Gap: The Matures
Childhood experiences helped shape each generation’s future, and often held tightly to age-based values, thoughts, passions, and ideals
October 27, 2010
Persecution of Albinos in Africa - Part 2
Awareness starts with each one of us, so please let us spread the word to avoid more persecution and discrimination.