Develop your Global Leadership Competences

TWO-DAY WORKSHOP

Being an international leader takes more than just the ‘ordinary’ skills. On top of your regular responsibilities, you have to achieve your objectives across borders. This comes with exciting challenges as building a relation with international customers and managing cross-cultural teams.

You understand that you often need to adjust your communication and behavior to be effective. What are the most important competences of global leaders and how can you develop those in order to perform well as a manager in an international environment?

This interactive workshop is full of exercises, discussions and case studies, making it a very practical experience and enabling you to immediately apply what you have learned.

As a preparation for this two-day program you will answer the online questionnaire IRC assessment that will result in your personal profile measuring four important intercultural competences for global leadership:

  • Intercultural Sensitivity: taking an active interest in others, their cultural background, needs and perspectives
  • Intercultural Communication: actively monitoring his or her own communicative behavior
  • Building Commitment: actively influencing the social environment, concerned with integrating different people and personalities. A competence especially important for (future) leaders
  • Managing Uncertainty: managing the greater uncertainty of intercultural situations
     

TARGET GROUP

(Project) Managers with at least 3 years of experience working in a mid-level to senior leadership position and with a minimum of one year experience working in an international context.

In addition to the online assessment, we interview all participants (by Skype or phone-call), thus assuring that the program will address the specific needs and context of each individual.

This highly interactive and intensive course will be facilitated by 2 trainers/coaches.
 

PRICE

€ 1.250,00 incl. IRC Assessment report and lunches
excl. 21% BTW

Max. 10 participants

 

WHEN

Thursday 28 September and 12 October 2017, 9:30 – 16:30

 

LOCATION

Casa 400, Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4, 1097 BC Amsterdam, The Netherlands.  Map

Casa 400 is easily accessible by car and by public transport. By car, it is a short drive from the A10 Ring to Casa 400, with plenty of parking space in a large underground parking garage. When traveling by public transport, it is a 3-minute walk from the Amstel Station.  (If Casa 400 is not available on the desired date, we will use another location that’s easily accessible by both car and public transport