“You want excellence? Understand the person!”
We constantly adjust ourselves based on our surroundings. Our body language, tone of voice, and at times even our vernacular change according to our environment.
In order to successfully communicate cross-culturally, we have to first employ self-awareness and develop an understanding of our relative position to another culture. Decoding and effectively maneuvering in any culture requires a profound understanding of its foundation.
Better leaders are created through developing an understanding about how one’s culture is experienced and then learning techniques to effectively maneuver within a different culture. These skills also stimulate productivity and break down the intuitable yet invisible barriers within a multicultural environment.
Our seminars show participants their relative position on the cultural map and provide them with tools to create a thriving, decoded cultural zone.
- GlobeSmart Profile
- Cultural Map
- Communication Styles
- Low-Context vs. High-Context Culture
- Conveying Negative Feedback
- Persuasion Styles
- Principles First vs. Applications First
- Leadership Styles
- Egalitarian vs. Hierarchical
- Decision-Making Styles
- Consensual vs. Top-Down
- Trust-Building Techniques
- Task Based vs. Relationship Based
- Disagreement Approaches
- Confrontational vs. Confrontation Avoidant
- Linear Time vs. Flexible Time
Please Note: Each program will be customized based on your unique needs and goals and includes everything you need to be successful.
When was the last time you wished you could become part of the dining setting or just disappear because you were not sure what to do? Let's change that!
Set yourself apart! Become memorable not only for your expertise but also your sensitivity to unspoken cultural norms.
This course will give you the necessary tools to not only feel confident but also excited about your next engagement, whether it is professional or social in nature.
Our Dine Like a Diplomat seminar will give you the tools to be not only a pleasant and respectful guest but also an excellent host at the world table.
The potential of cultural faux pas are endless. Indeed, avoiding them all is not very likely, however, doing one’s homework will ensure to at least avoid the unforgivable.
The potential of cultural faux pas are endless. Indeed, it’s not very likely that you will be able to avoid them all. However, doing your homework ensures that you can at least avoid the unforgivable.