Today’s successful global manager has ideally an international mindset. In a multicultural business environment, we must consider more than national cultural differences, sensitivity, and national protocol. We must understand the key mechanisms of intercultural communication.
We train frequently the following variations – interactive virtual as well: Global Awareness, Global Business Skills, Global Leadership, High performing multi-cultural teams, Multi-cultural teambuilding, Expatriation Coaching, Doing business with France, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Norway, UK, Germany, USA, China, India, and other cultures. We also do international projects which focus on the human side of integration for a better and quicker cooperation.
Our model addresses three components that impact a global manager’s effectiveness when conducting international business: Corporate Culture, National Culture, and the Individual Perspective. These components overlap to form a cultural interface. Managing within this cultural interface requires global competencies. Our programmes develop cultural competent managers through the use of effective strategies to navigate the interplay between these three areas.