Who is it forBoth teams that are diverse, within the team and teams that are homogeneous working with teams across boarders.
Duration & DateOne or two days. Flexible, depending on your availability and choice of programme.
LocationGlobal

You want to build a winning team. Team members of international teams or project groups may all be subject to the same corporate culture, but each individual member is a product of his or her own (country) culture. This means that the team members differ in how they work or communicate, or how they view hierarchical relationships. One team member might leave a meeting with the idea that additional decisions have to be made, while another believes that everything has been settled. Cultural differences become even more critical when there are several teams in various countries.

Tuned to the learning requirements of teams and leading to effective team collaboration. This course is for individuals within the team and the team as a whole that need to develop their professionals intercultural skills in order to improve collaboration, or even more practical, need to more smoothly meet project deadlines.
Programmes are:

  • Interactive
  • Reflective
  • Leading edge, nuanced insights
  • Balanced between theory and practice
  • Space for cases and questions

Co-creation with our clients is vital to all our services, particularly in dealing with international teams;
We find solutions to challenges by uncovering and dispelling taboos.

In our work in international teams, we refer to the TOPOI model [Read More]

To get an understanding of the different cultural backgrounds team members bring to the table. Reconcile differences in order to create a winning team.

Members of international teams or project groups may all be subject to the same corporate culture, but each individual member is a product of his or her country culture and experiences.
This means that team members differ in how they work or communicate, or how they view hierarchical relationships. One team member might leave a meeting with the idea that additional decisions have to be made, while another believes that everything has been sttled. Cultural differences become even more critical when there are several teams in various countries.
It is to the benefit of individuals within the team, the team as a whole and the organisation(s) they work for to avoid time consuming misunderstandings.

The programme helps team members to reflect on the way they interact with other teammembers or with people from different cultural backgrounds.
They will learn about hidden assumptions, perceptions and ways of communication in order to develop sensitivity in intercultural situations. They will get practical tools to wheigh up complex argument.