Cross Cultural Training
Our trainings provide you with the necessary foundation and tools to become for better understanding of the challenges facing multicultural workplace.
We will give you an accurate portrayal of the possible lifestyles in your target destination as well as guidelines and tools on how to adapt and deal with the cultural differences.
Coaching’s purpose is to facilitate the realisation of potential for competent and successful individuals. Coaching is a tool for performance enhancement.
Train the Trainer programme is designed for both beginners and experienced trainers, who wish to learn more about the theory and practice of intercultural training.
The rapid globalization consistently confronts us with new languages and cultures in personal and business life. It continues to pose various new challenges on which we can prepare for by intercultural learning. By that, profound misunderstandings and – as our experiences have shown – even impending business failures can be avoided. Intercultural competence in today’s society is a prerequisite for effective, success-oriented initiation of contacts as well as successful business negotiations and contract conclusions with foreign business partners. We offer customized interactive workshops and experiential activities to help you wherever you are operating, whoever you have appointed and whatever the role. We provide individual and team developmental support to help your company work more effectively anywhere in the world.
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What attracts us most here is that by using the Integral Approach—by using this Integral Map we are able to facilitate and dramatically accelerate cross-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary knowledge, thus creating the world’s first truly integral learning community. The integral view relates to the world as an interconnected system. This perception is the basis of the Integral Read more about integral trainer training[…]
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