You work in an international environment. Intensive exchange of information and communication with colleagues in oral, telephone or written form is on your agenda.
Sometimes across time zones and continents. Electronic data and information systems, controlled by machines, function stably across national borders.
Why do the employees involved often not manage it comparably well?
Or as Confucius already said: "People do not stumble over mountains, but over molehills."
What is the reason for this?
Often we achieve unimaginable positive effects and results with small changes in our own actions. You will receive vivid examples with easy ways to imitate and use them.
Learning objectivesGetting to know the challenges in intercultural cooperation
Tips for efficient cooperation with international colleagues
Recognising the opportunities and limits of intercultural competence
ContentsWhat makes other business cultures "tick
The iceberg phenomenon and its significance in an intercultural context
Concrete approaches for improved cooperation
Practical comparisons in different countries and regions
Importance of the relationship and issue level in this topic