News - Providing Workshops and Webinars

July 2016 News

In case you have not yet known, we recently published our explanatory video of Facilitation Guide.  We have noticed many people struggling with facilitating the game when they actually carry out their lecture/training sessions with our products. Then, we acknowledged the needs to update our guide as soon as possible, so that we can share and send to our audiences and help them gaining most benefits out of using diversophy® games.  While we were in the process, the idea of having an explanatory video began to come to me. The guide was long, and knowing that our audience might not...

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Announcement from diversophy®

Help us build the game that helps you and your clients be culturally competent. We are most happy to involve you in our projects but, more importantly, we want you to know that we are here to serve you and make our products available and adapt them to support you as you need. We have a survey underway to do this. The initial responses to our survey were highly informative, encouraging us to continue and to listen to more responders. We hope you will be the next one! So please take a few minutes to take the survey now.  Click on...

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June 2016 News

The end of June is near, and diversophy® has some updated news for you: Last month, diversophy® invited you to take part in an "online" chalkboard conversation, which we hosted on Facebook and LinkedIn platforms, as well as to register for an online trial playing session of our new migrant game via Zoom.  The chalkboard conversation didn’t bring as many comments as we had hoped for. However, our team is happy to know that the initiative was seen and noticed by many. We hope, by taking small steps such as this, we will encourage others to join us and together...

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Seven Ways to Lighten Your Fathers on Father's Day

As a number of you have inquired about electronic versions of our new book,  Seven Ways to Lighten Your Life Before You Kick the Bucket, we are happy to announce that it is now available on Kindle via Amazon as well as in the paperback edition – just in time for Father's Day gifting.

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Different backgrounds but one shared goal

As some of you might have seen our Facebook post—sharing Dr. George Simons's testimonials about our initial motivation to take part in JUR Migrant project, it has also been an interesting journey for all team members to become a part of a multi-cultural team. Working with people from various backgrounds and cultures, each individual contributes our strengths and improves our weaknesses. We compromise, value internal communication so that the team's goal and each member's envision can be met at best.  Dr. George Simons shared here his insights about our team, in his interview with Laura Kortelainen, a student from JAMK...

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