International companies rely on social competence and communication training and workshops. Intercultural competence plays an essential role, because teams become even more international, multicultural, linguistically more diverse and the communication more challenging.
Therefore, it is necessary to not only understand the communication patterns of the counterpart, but also to avoid stereotypes and prejudices to be capable of working in a diverse team and to see that this is, in fact, an advantage.
A day training (8 hours incl. breaks) can include the following topics:
Communication patterns, cultural dimensions, categorizations, stereotypes and prejudices,
cultural values & corporate values, business etiquette, and manners.
Prepare yourself and your employees to work together,
across cultures and national borders.