DIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE

As a market leader LIVING INSTITUTE provides training and counseling to organizations with an ambition to enhance diversity intelligence on all levels.

We do so by offering WORKSHOPS, TRAINING, ONLINE LEARNING  and CONSULTING SERVICES.

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Screen Shot 2016-06-12 at 12.41.44ARE YOU MY COUSIN?!?
Watch the ‘dna-test’ video that got almost 23 million views on Facebook in less than two weeks

We are all carrying dna from all over the the place – we are basically one big family. Making us one big happy and respectful family requires a high level of collective cultural intelligence.
Rule #1: No cultures or societies are superior to others.
Watch the video here (5:16) >>

Also read the critical article in Copenhagen Post “Experts claim viral Momondo DNA advert isn’t all it’s cracked up to be” >>

Screen Shot 2016-05-23 at 11.47.42Watch the video on “Bridging two Kinds of Cultural Differences:”

Blythe McGarvie, senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, describes the key areas in which cultures differ and how to diagnose where you and your colleagues are on those continuums.

Watch the video (3:17) >>


Ted Talk: “Why women should run for office”

By Halla Tòmasdòttir, Change Catalyst.
With warmth and wit, Halla Tómasdóttir shares how she overcame media bias, changed the tone of the political debate and surprised her entire nation when she ran for president of Iceland — inspiring the next generation of leaders along the way. “What we see, we can be,” she says.
“It matters that women run.”

Watch Halla’s Ted Talk here >>


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Diversity gives you an extra 12% on your bottom line.

Also Danish companies benefit tremendously from having diversity in management. Companies with the most diverse leadership earn an average of 12,6 percentage points more than companies with the lowest diversity in leadership. Read all about it in ISS Report A Diverse Leadership Yields Higher Earnings:’

Download the report here (in English) >>

Download the report here (in Danish) >>

Read the article about the study (in Danish) >>