What is the impact of cultural differences on our interactions?
We are working across cultures, around the globe, with remote teams or international teams, and often the messages we send are not necessarily the messages that are received because "national" culture can affect the way of how we think, behave and communicate with each other. And it also affects the way we manage people, negotiate deals and reach customer satisfaction.
I train business leaders, managers and multi cultural teams to understand how to interact and connect with people whose social norms, values and attitudes are not universal and/or dominant. I help my clients define their specific needs and business challenges using a variety of approaches and models to address client needs in different areas.
In an increasingly diverse business environment, managers must be able to navigate through the thicket of habits, gestures, and assumptions that define their coworkers’ differences. Foreign cultures are everywhere — certainly when expanding abroad, but also in local corporations, vocations, and regions. Interacting with individuals and within them demands perceptiveness and adaptability.
ENHANCE YOUR CULTURAL AWARENESS IN:
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION IN THE WORKPLACE
STRATEGIES TO LEARN AND UNDERSTAND OTHER CULTURES
DEVELOPING CROSS-CULTURAL COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS
ADAPTING TO CULTURALLY DIVERSE ENVIRONMENTS
RESOLVING CONFILCTS CONSTRUCTIVELY
DEVELOPING INTERCULTURAL AWARENESS
LEADING GLOBAL MULTI CULTURAL TEAMS
SUPPORTING AND IMPROVING MENTAL HEALTH IN THE WORKPLACE
Who is it meant for?
Most work environments are no longer completely monocultural. This type of training is very useful for anyone who lives and works in an international of multicultural environment.
I specifically recommend intercultural training to the following:
People working in culturally diverse environments;
Professionals who lead or are part of multicultural teams;
People coming to a new culture to live and work;
Professionals who work with clients or consumers from other cultures or who regularly do business with foreign companies;
People who want to advance or develop their professional career in international or multicultural environments;
College students with an international focus