In today’s episode, Christine MacMillan has a really interesting conversation with Reinhold Titus about culture and his research on the complexity of culture.

Reinhold Titus, originally from Namibia, has lived in six different countries on three continents and traveled to sixty countries. He is passionate about helping individuals, teams, and organizations Thrive in Cultural Complexity. He speaks, facilitates, trains, coaches, and consults leaders, teams, and organizations on leadership, diversity, and inclusion, and intercultural issues. He has coached hundreds of ex-pat executives and their families moving abroad, designed and led a Global Leadership training program for a Global organization, and spoken to and consulted organizations on developing inclusive organizations. He holds several qualifications in Strategy and the Intercultural field, including a Master’s degree in “Global Leadership in Intercultural Contexts.” He enjoys anything related to diverse cultures (people, food), jazz, and scuba diving.

Reinhold Titus’s website:
www.rtcultures.com

Invisible Women Book Referenced:

https://carolinecriadoperez.com/book/invisible-women/

Digital, Diverse, and Divided by David Livermore:

https://davidlivermore.com/

Have a Listen & Subscribe

The Women Offshore Podcast can also be found on Apple PodcastsGoogle Play, and most podcast apps. Make sure to subscribe to whatever app you use, so that you don’t miss out on future episodes.

What did you think of the show?

Let us know your thoughts by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. You can also reach out by sending us an email at hello@womenoffshore.org.

Women Offshore
About The Author: Women Offshore

The Women Offshore Foundation is an online organization and resource center for a diverse workforce on the water. Its mission is to propel women into meaningful careers through access to a worldwide community and professional development resources, while raising awareness amongst industry leaders and decision makers about issues affecting women on the water. Contact Women Offshore today: hello@womenoffshore.org.

Pin It on Pinterest