Intercultural business communication course
Edward T. Hall and Mildred Reed Hall
Working, meeting, dealing, entertaining, negotiating and corresponding with colleagues or clients from different cultures can be a minefield.
Understanding and appreciating intercultural differences ultimately promotes clearer communication, breaks down barriers, builds trust, strengthens relationships, opens horizons and yields tangible results in terms of business success."With more knowledge on Korea & insights, I'll feel more confident working with Koreans. The trainer was a great advisor with years of experience." IUCN
"A terrific session. Thank you! It was just what I wanted." Norton Rose
- We offer a range of flexible, vibrant and effective cultural awareness workshops.
- We don't do off-the-shelf courses.
- We design and deliver specifically for each individual client; that's why we get such great feedback on our cultural training courses.
After coming to us with your request our team of cross-cultural experts will analyse and identify your core needs. What's more, they will also suggest correlating areas that may be beneficial to your training. A draft course outline will then be proposed, alterations made if need be and once you are happy, we proceed.
We offer a comprehensive service, covering a vast range of countries, cultures, skills and sectors.
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We provide a suite of cultural awareness courses designed around different needs and situations. Although all the training we provide is individually tailored, we group certain types of workshops together. Popular courses include Business and Culture, Expatriate Relocation, Management, Team Building, Customer Services and Country-specific. For a more thorough overview of all the cultural awareness solutions we offer, please click to visit the page.
Do you relocate people abroad for work? Years of research has shown that most expatriates end up returning home or under-performing in their roles due to not appreciating local conditions – both in terms of work and socially. Our expatriate cultural awareness courses help secondees and their families gear themselves up for a big move; with the right information on their new country plus practical know-how on dealing with culture shock, people are able to cope with the stresses and strains of working in a new culture more positively.
Managers today not only have to deal with multicultural teams but sometimes also managing such teams remotely. Our intercultural management training courses are designed to help managers understand the impact of cultural differences on their role. Our training works with managers to identify their own management styles, the expectations of others, cultural differences, remote working and sets out practical guidelines on getting the best out of their teams.
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