The Professional Shift
Shift your narrative professionally: via Trusted Advising within inclusive and culturally responsive organizational change, unapologetic self-care, career transition, international expatriate & repatriation support.
The Professional Shift allows individuals, communities, and organizations to explore difficult conversations of EQUITY, INCLUSION, and UNAPOLOGETIC SELF-CARE.
Here's your opportunity to give yourself permission to be unapologetically your BEST self.
Attemla Consulting’s purpose of collaborating with you and/or your team
is to facilitate the exploration of culturally responsive self-care practices and/or peer coaching opportunities. We facilitate unapologetic empowerment to continue to develop culturally responsive self-care practices and/or team retreats.
CHEERS!, to interrupting shame, guilt and celebrating your next LIBERATING and STRATEGIC transition!
“If you are silent about your pain, they’ll kill you and say you enjoyed it.” -Zora Neale Hurston
"'Empathy' is not just an emotional buzzword-- it's a political necessity." -Susan Lanzoni, Ph.D
We acknowledge that our 1:1 sessions, retreats and/or workshops are not for everyone. Our services are founded within culturally responsive evidence based practices, experiential learning and they are highly interactive.
Sorry Not Sorry. Our services are NOT "hum-drum" or filled with cliche-based rhetoric.
The goal of our services are to create a call for action via the exploration and implementation of decolonizing self-care practices (body positivity), spaces and policies.
Our most popular workshops and/or 1:1 sessions include:
"Peer Coaching Sessions - 30 minute and 60 minutes"
"1:1 Sessions and/or Group Educational Sessions:
Expatriate to Repatriate Educational Services"
Team Retreats for organizations - "Do you even self-care?"
Did You Know?
"American workers forfeited nearly 50 percent of their paid vacation in 2017. And, nearly 10 percent take no vacation days at all. According to a study by Glassdoor, the fear of falling behind is the number one reason people aren’t using their vacation time." - Forbes