Communication for Development, Culture, Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Dialogue

Cultural Differences and Cultural Awareness Training Matters in 2021

By: Shanoy Coombs It's 2021 and I hate being reactive, but in a recent tweet a 'tech guy' highlighted some of the challenges Caribbean nationals experience when they relocate to 'big cities' such as New York or London. This he called getting lost when faced with the big pond effect. I replied by indicating that… Continue reading Cultural Differences and Cultural Awareness Training Matters in 2021

Communication, Communication for Development, Culture, Intercultural Communication, Intercultural Dialogue, Shanoy Coombs

I won! Intercultural Dialogue competition about listening & understanding differences

  It was May 2020 and in the midst of COVID-19 quarantine, the Black Lives Matter protests were on in earnest. Admittedly, I was affected. I couldn't verbalise how exactly but in many ways my mood took a serious dive and every protest, every video made me sad, outraged, achy in an often inexplicable way.… Continue reading I won! Intercultural Dialogue competition about listening & understanding differences

Communication Consultant, Communication for Development, Communication Practitioner, Development Communication, Intercultural Communication, Shanoy Coombs, Uncategorized

Featured: Balancing remotely: Business, Books and Baby…

Just recently, after hosting the week long #ThatRemoteLife interview series, I was simultaneously interviewed via national television on the top 5 ways I manage my business remotely and another IG live interview where I shared more detailed remote work  tips then featured in a national paper on balancing remotely. While the feature zoomed in how… Continue reading Featured: Balancing remotely: Business, Books and Baby…

Communication Practitioner, Communication Tips, Intercultural Communication, Remote work

5 keys lessons from hosting a #ThatRemoteLife Interview series

Just last week, I hosted a #ThatRemoteLife interview series which pulled together Digital Nomads, Homeschooling advocate, online tutoring CEO, A work from home director mom, an E commerce wiz and a TedX Speaker and Cultural Communications coach. What we all had in common was that we had been ahead of the COVID-19 induced #workfromhome curve… Continue reading 5 keys lessons from hosting a #ThatRemoteLife Interview series

Caribbean, Communication for Development, Communication Tips, Intercultural Communication, Second Language, Uncategorized

Bridging the Multicultural Divide: Why Caribbean Nationals NEED to learn a second language

To boost their competitiveness globally, Caribbean Nationals NEED to learn a second language.