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Diversity Speaker for Customer Service Training – Diversity and Customer Service Speaker to Empower You!
As a worldwide speaker who has provided thousands of presentations in 57 countries and 6 continents, I am deeply and intimately acquainted with and passionate about diversity. I also personally met Dr. Martin Luther King’s daughter to catch the spirit of diversity and empower humanity regardless of race to live like a King.
As a world traveler who frequently interacts with the hospitality industry and serves part-time as a mystery shopper, I would be able to deliver a compelling, captivating and empowering presentation on diversity for your company in regard to providing customer service when dealing with different customs and ethnicities.
Having authored several books including “United States of Arrogance” I am also aware of some of the foolish stereotypes and labeling that goes on in North America, which reduces our influence and impact as leaders.
Here below are a couple informal videos, my website and bio to further acquaint you with me.
Diversity & Multiculturalism Speaker
World Peace Over Propaganda & Demonizing Nations
I look forward to meeting and serving you.
Paul F. Davis is the author of 17 books and a worldwide speaker who has touched over 55 countries & 6 continents building bridges cross-culturally by joyfully disarming and empowering people throughout the earth to live their dreams!
Paul’s incredible depth and powerful stories from around the world, entertain and inspire audiences making Paul a captivating speaker able to awaken the greatness within us all.
Paul speaks for Celebrity Cruises and has appeared on numerous international broadcasts from Investors Business Daily, Oprah & Friends to Fox News to talk about success, leadership, relational intricacies, conflict resolution, life balance, and living your dreams. By reason of his global travels, Paul is a highly sought after diversity and multicultural awareness speaker.
Playboy Radio Afternoon Advice host Tiffany Granath calls Paul an awesome relational coach and recommends his books on love, dating, and sexuality.
Paul worked at Ground Zero in NYC during 9-11; helped rebuild a home at the tsunami epicenter; comforted victims of genocide in Rwanda; spoke to leaders in East Timor during the war; inspired students & monks in Myanmar; promoted peace & reconciliation in Pakistan; and has been so deep into the bush of rural Africa where villagers had never before seen a white man.
A breakthrough leader, Paul humorously and elegantly transforms individuals and organizations, while empowering people to love passionately and fearlessly live their dreams.
info @ PaulFDavis.com
International students comprise a vast amount of college students across the United States. Yet many colleges and universities continue to neglect these bright and affluent students who have braved the seas the separate us, come from afar, and cross-culturally integrated to obtain a higher education on foreign soil. Let us warmly welcome and embrace the diversity our international students bring.
The worst thing a college or university can do, especially when parents and families of their graduates are present at the commencement ceremony, is to incorrectly pronounce a students name.
Undoubtedly, fundraisers at colleges and universities take a great amount of time and endure some pain to agonize over the proper pronunciation of alumni when they seek a donation for their college or university. It should be no different when it comes to students graduating and celebrating a long 4 years full of academic and cross-cultural challenges.
Some simple secrets to assure a successful college graduation for your campus of diverse students are:
1. Seek help from some international students and linguists on your campus.
Before being tongue-tied and shunning the importance of diversity among the student body of your college or university, solicit some help from your linguists and international students on campus. It will build bridges in your academic community, promote global awareness, and increase the value of multiculturalism for all.
2. Embrace global awareness as an ongoing academic discipline.
The world in which we live is becoming increasingly interconnected and global. Daily by reason of technology, the economy, and our environment the world in which we live is becoming interdependent. None of us are as strong as all of us. We desperately need to lay down our egos and selfish agendas to intelligently work together.
3. Model and cultivate diversity within your college campus.
There is no better place to begin to model diversity for the world than within our colleges and universities. Let us be the light where the dignity and integrity of every human being and individual can be upheld, expressed, and embraced.
4. Bring in a diversity speaker who has touched the world wherein we live.
Many speakers talk on diversity, but few have filled several passports to travel the globe thoroughly to actively engage and get a feel for the global community. My suggestion is to bring in a seasoned diversity speaker who has traveled the globe and interacted extensively cross-culturally to provide in-service training for your staff, faculty, and professors to impart the heart and spirit to willingly and joyfully celebrate diversity on your campus.
Give birth to a celebration of diversity on your college campus and create a global community to change our world.
http://www.PaulFDavis.com worldwide diversity speaker who has touched over 50 countries & 6 continents; and the author of 18 life-changing books including Diversity, Multiculturalism & Global Awareness — RevivingNations@yahoo.com
Invite Paul to speak at your college or university graduation to make your commencement memorable for all of your students, graduates, families and alumni. / RevivingNations@yahoo.com