12. May 2020

The unspoken limit of online education.

Definitions matters, one of my university professors of pedagogy used to tell us.  I was in my early twenties with limited teaching experience and I deeply […]
23. October 2019

Working across differences? You need Optimism.

One and half years ago, my heart stopped beating. I was very lucky being close to my savior who brought me back to life. The decision […]
26. August 2019

Managing a multicultural team in the time of divisive narratives.

The international political environment is changing day by day and it is becoming difficult to interpret due to its high level of uncertainty. Governments all over […]
22. August 2019

My path into the intercultural field

Article originally published by SIETAR USA (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research), sietarusa.org Four years ago, in July 2015, I founded the consultancy and training […]
22. May 2019

Leadership across cultures

It is Saturday morning, but Vienna is still sleeping. The calm that pervades the streets is reassuring, calling for a reflection which always found the taste […]
11. April 2019

The downside of E-Learning

According to the Global Industry Analysts’ market research, E-learning industry has reached $107 billion in 2015 with an exponential growth that will at least triple by […]
27. February 2019

My unforgettable intercultural summer

In September 2016, the president of SIETAR Austria (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research), Barbara Covarrubias Venegas , invited me to attend a workshop in Vienna. As […]
27. February 2019

It’s us who define the narrative about “the others”.

In the light of events from last couple of months and years, many of us keep wondering what has gone wrong, why extremists and populists are […]
27. February 2019

A deaf mute princess

And once again we are over the period when we summarized the year. We looked back at what we achieved in past few months and we […]