Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration Half a day – 2 days
Technology has opened up new opportunities for business. Many organisations are now operating with global teams and a global customer base. As such, needing to be able to effectively communicate with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and to eliminate cultural barriers to communication is the new norm.
This brings challenges to any business environment, but accepting diversity and making an effort to understand and appreciate cultural differences is a good start.
This course, by Glass Rock Solutions, helps participants to better understand their own cultural drivers in contrast to other cultures’ drivers and how these impact their behaviour and communication. It also helps participants to develop cultural curiosity and improve their ability to communicate with people from different cultural backgrounds with courtesy and respect.
The training clarifies the differences and biases, making it simple, clear and unambiguous so that miscommunication is minimised and replaced with productive collaboration instead.
This training, delivered by Glass Rock Solutions, is designed for any team within the organisation as well as cross functional teams, and where key vendor/supplier teams undertake the training alongside the client team. Glass Rock will customise the training for your team specifically.
By the end of this program, participants will:
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