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Cross-Cultural Learning & Development Program
LEADING AND MANAGING
This training benefits people on managerial or leadership level who travel frequently, work with virtual teams and business partners or work abroad. We’ll provide valuable information on the impact of cultural patterns, thereby enhancing cultural self-awareness. Through discussions and interactive activities, our training fosters a global mindset and develops new skills. It equips participants with the strategies needed to work effectively on an international level, by bridging gaps and leveraging similarities.
The facilitator: Urte Reckowsky has a wealth of experience in managing international projects and working with organizations like Philips, DSM, Mondelēz and the European Union. She is a certified management coach and a business psychologist.
20%+X BETTER RESULTS
IN INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS
A lot of potential profits are often left on the table in negotiation because negotiators lack the required skills. These losses are unnecessary, since good negotiating techniques are easy to learn. Unlike many other ‘soft skills’, these techniques are based on hard facts and can be measurably improved using training and the Quantitative Negotiation method.
The facilitator: Dr Rasmus Tenbergen is a specialist for the Harvard Concept of Principled Negotiation. He studied political science and public administration at the Free University of Berlin and at Harvard University focusing on negotiations.
DOING BUSINESS IN …
At all our culture-specific training sessions, your employees will be given essential information about countries and regions. They’ll work out strategies for dealing with differences; they’ll gain an insight into values, norms and communication styles; they’ll discover strategies for developing trust-based relationships by working through realistic simulations. They can develop the necessary mindset and skillset for working in Russia.
The facilitator for Russia: Dr Vladimir Lyskow-Streve is an expert in intercultural training and team development for Western Europe, Russia, and other Eastern/Western teams, as well as being an organizational consultant.
Successful Presentations IN ENGLISH
TRAINING FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS
In an intercultural context, language skills are important, but grasping issues such as ‘politeness vs. directness’, giving criticism, and body language is equally essential. In this presentation workshop, the focus is on all three presentation areas: language, communicating with the audience, and refining presentation skills. Your employees will receive valuable tips and tools for presentation, feedback and discussion.
The facilitator: Dr Paul Skandera holds German and American citizenship. He is a Professor of Business English at the Management Center Innsbruck, and an English lecturer at the University of St. Gallen and the University of Basel.