Our open-enrollment workshops are especially designed for anyone working in an international context, from professionals who manage multinational teams to entrepreneurs who are looking to expand business across borders or cultures.
Each interactive workshop provides key information and tools to help you increase awareness and improve key skills. We recommend building your personal program with “International Collaboration” as the base and adding content to meet your individual goals.
For international companies, business clubs or other organizations, we provide tailor-made programs to fit your group’s particular needs. We recommend building a program with “International Collaboration” as the base and adding content to meet your group’s goals.
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING WORKSHOPS
This one-day module forms the basis to recognizing and understanding the dynamics of international collaboration. In this workshop we will help making sense of everyday reality when working across cultures.
Communicating effectively in a cross-cultural context is more than knowing English words and phrases. This one-day workshop will help you build your skills so you can feel great about using English in an international setting.
Being an international leader takes more than just the ‘ordinary’ skills. We will help you to develop the competences to deal with exciting challenges as building a relation with international customers and managing cross-cultural teams.
Working virtually is now the reality for most employees who work in global organizations. To succeed virtually requires new competences and skills and a different mindset for collaboration and communication.
International organizations need a corporate culture that supports their business across the globe. How can you (help) lead a change program towards an improved corporate culture?
Poor culture fit is often seen as one reason why the M&A was not as successful as organizations hoped for. Cross-border M&A has the added challenges of having to deal with both national and organizational culture differences. What can you do to successfully merge two (cross-border) corporate cultures?