Our training benefits individuals and teams across your business buy helping them respond better to the cultural expectations of international customers and clients, and to more effectively manage colleagues, teams, partners and suppliers in different countries and cultures.

Improved confidence in working with partners, colleagues, suppliers and customers from around the world

Culturewise’s cross-cultural management and communications skills training builds the confidence of individuals and teams working in any international environment.

Improved confidence means better bottom-line results.

Proven and sustainable skills for managing, working and communicating effectively in global business

Your business leaders, managers and team-members will build practical skills for anticipating and managing cultural issues global off-shoring and outsourcing projects, mergers and acquisitions, international joint ventures, international expansion or partnership engagement projects.

The result is high-performing cross-border relationships.

Enhanced performance and greater cohesion in international, virtual, and on-shore / off-shore teams

Leaders and members of global and virtual teams build proven skills for managing, working and communicating effectively in the team environment.

Understanding more about their own cultural work and communication styles and how these may be perceived by colleagues from different cultural backgrounds helps team members manage team-working partnerships better.

Up-to-date knowledge of cultural values, attitudes, expectations and business-culture in key global markets

Cultural savvy means understanding things like gift-giving; business socialising; gender issues at work;  attitudes to appointments, schedules and deadlines; influencing and decision-making; negotiating; meetings; hierarchies, status and leadership; communication styles; giving feedback; greetings, gestures and body language; business dress, and much more.

Building Cultural savvy creates more effectively short, medium or long term international assignments.

Hints, strategies and techniques cultural mistakes and misunderstandings that damage global business relationships

Up-to-date knowledge of the impact of cultural differences in international business means your business can avoid cultural mistakes, misunderstandings and faux pas that damage global relationships.

Your key people will understand key cultural differences that colleagues from different backgrounds bring into the global work environment, and have the skills to map and describe the impact of these cultural differences in positive and objective ways.

The ability to influence, lead and manage colleagues and partners from different countries and cultures

Building strategies, techniques and practices to communicate and work more effectively across cultural, virtual and remote barriers in global business results in more effective communication and feedback skills.

Your leaders and managers will become more adapt and flexible in global negotiations, conflict resolution and international team-leadership, and better at leading, managing and motivating staff in different countries and cultures.

For more information on bespoke learning solutions, including in-house group training, executive coaching, and online options, call us now on +44 (0) 20 7387 5521.

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