Sunday, March 27, 2016

Here’s How We See The Problem of Polarization – And – The Solution

Is your group, organization, family, or congregation polarized?

Characteristics of cultural polarization include:
  • Emotional barriers
  • Defensiveness, anger, blame
  • Withdrawal, avoidance, collusion
  • Communication Breakdown
  • Seeing the “other” as an enemy
Based on New Horizons intriguing Cultural Mediation approach for empowering exceptional leaders and developing exceptional communities we are able to learn how to:
  • Avoid Communication Breakdowns
  • Dialogue Rather Than Debate
  • Improve Leadership Skills
  • Improve Communication Skills
  • Improve Cooperative Problem-Solving Skills 
  • Overcome Problems Of Diversity And Other Cultural Differences.

Sponsored By New Horizons Support Network, Inc.
Phone: 240.409.5347
New Horizons is a 501 C 3 non-profit educational organization
Founded -- 1980

For inquires, contact Lynn Cullather-Popkin
Cell: 301.775.1432, email:

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