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Intercultural competence

“Imagine: one day you go to work and your company is “suddenly“ part of an international organisation. It is taken for granted that you speak English, that you know and understand the decision-making processes of the holding company; it is presumed that you know what is being said between the lines and how you should behave. Suddenly meetings are no longer structured with an agenda, and requests to speak are rather informal, seemingly non-committal. However, the new, constantly smiling collegues seem to know exactly what is going on, and what has been decided.“

(Althauser U. 1996)

Intercultural Training and Coaching - why?

Thus intercultural Training and Coaching will support you to...