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Growth through Diversity

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  • Economic development of nations and cities
  • Global competitive advantage of industries and business 
  • Investment, intellectual property and knowledge
  • People, skills and talent

It’s all yours if you can tap into the diversity of thought embedded in your multicultural communities and work forces

DIVERSE NATIONS
  •  are more competitive, globally relevant, ahead of the game, innovative and productive
DIVERSE CITIES
  • thrive from having all citizens fully participating in economic development, social integration and employment
DIVERSE COMPANIES
  • boost productivity by enabling both genders and all ages, cultures and religions to fully contribute without barriers or limitations
DIVERSE COMMUNITIES
  • enjoy harmony and experience richer lives from having people work together to solve local problems and identify future possibilities that benefit all


Pamela champions cultural and gender diversity in leadership across New Zealand, Australia and Asia 
Review TV and radio interviews


BENEFITS OF CROSS-CULTURAL CAPABILITY - In the 21st century, people can choose to live and work anywhere on the planet, so you must embrace everyone if you want to attract talent and investment and grow sustainably. Western cities everywhere, now have large Asian populations providing opportunity to build cross-cultural capability that will help improve relations with Eastern trading partners. 

BENEFITS OF DIVERSITY IN DECISION-MAKING - Everyone in your nation, city, business or community has belonged to different cultures in their lifetime – national cultures, community cultures, school cultures, sport club cultures, religious cultures and family cultures. There is value in diversity of thought; value that can lead to innovation, connections, prosperity and global recognition.

Pamela's research into the benefits of diversity:

Stepping Up: lead culture change for diversity and growth in the Asian Century - Chapter One is here

Stepping Up helps leaders of nations, cities, businesses and communities adapt cultures to achieve greatest 21st Century performance - see endorsements here

Pamela interviewed 100 leaders from 16 cities and 26 industries about the limitations that a lack of diversity in leadership can have on the performance of nations and businesses. Their views are reported in Stepping Up along with frameworks, case studies, models, personal stories and advice about how to adapt the underlying assumptions about 'who we are' and 'how things get done'. Change requires vision, courage, adaptation and acceptance.  

Pamela is visionary, innovative and thinks global. She offers endless examples of how to move forward to be a 21st Century global thinking entity. Her ideas inspire, delight and help make possibilities become realities.

Pamela's globally experience includes New Zealand, Australia, SE Asia, UK, Europe and the USA.

Programs that help you step into the shoes of others 

'Going Global or Accessing Asia?' - A program for boards and executives



Learn from people who have lived and worked in Asia. Build cross-cultural capability to know how to work more effectively with Asians in your city, workplace or community. 

Travelling to Asia on holiday does not equip you to know what people from Indian, China or Korea need from you to feel valued and accepted in your city, business or school; you can only know when you have lived in their culture. Going Global or Accessing Asia helps you to prepare to be more effective when doing business in Asia or working with Asian people in your local area. Each Asian culture is as different as each Western culture. Appreciation for difference is enormously valuable to those who want to create an environment for all to flourish. 


Please call to discuss how to benefit from greater diversity of thought in your nation, city, industry, business or community - +64 274 500565

"They helped us to formulate and implement strategies that made a difference. Their contribution to the change and ensuing success that we enjoyed cannot be overstated"
Paul Dykzeul, Managing Director
Australian Consolidated Press, Australia

"They awakened in us an appreciation of strategic management skills that we needed for the profitable future development and coached us in many aspects of leadership"
Brett Fawcett, International Markets
GAB Robins Group

"Their broad experience was evidenced by a quick grasp of our business operations and issues. We were provided with solutions that fit our problems"
Sara Kratz, President
Katz & Associates, USA

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