We support the development of organizational and individual intercultural competences that enable effective cooperation in multicultural environments.
The trainings are based on the concept of culture dimensions, which helps develop knowledge about effective management, collaboration, communication, and giving feedback in a multicultural environment. In addition, the trainings are designed to increase awareness of one's own culture to understand better the specifics of working in multinational organizations.
Scope of trainings
Intercultural awareness is one of the key competences that is essential when working in multinational organizations. Training aims to develop intercultural competence, which impacts increasing the level of intercultural self-awareness.
Through individual and group exercises, training participants will learn the dimensions of culture that will enable them to understand the importance of cultural differences in business. This training is an excellent first step in building an international team that will be able to work effectively with each other and with business partners from other countries.
The acquired competences will allow the trainees to adjust their communication strategies to the context of the culture with which they will work. Because of that, they will avoid the most common mistakes made when communicating with other cultures.
The training aims at building participants' self-awareness of individual cultural preferences. By becoming aware of individual cultural preferences, it is possible to better understand the specifics of working in an intercultural environment.
Participants will determine their approach to perceiving basic phenomena in business culture such as time, hierarchy, authority, decision-making system, communication, and giving feedback. Acquired competences will help trainees establish relationships and communication in an intercultural environment.
Thanks to the acquired knowledge, participants will be able to start effective cooperation with a business partner from Poland.
Participants will be able to identify potential sources of conflict and challenges in working with a business partner from India.
During the training, participants will get to know the specifics of cross-cultural teams and the dynamics of conducted projects. They will be able to identify cultural challenges in the global work environment and discover hidden cultural assumptions in business. This will affect the understanding of the impact of cultural differences on work in multinational teams.