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Mastering the ability to work across cultures is a demand of today’s business internationalization. Managers or staffs responsible for the implementation and control of international projects face enormous, constant challenges and a complex set of new impressions in the accomplishment of their task e.g. the stress level experienced by facing abroad a different job, in a different country, different house and by dealing with the practicalities of settling down, not understanding the rules for the easiest practical tasks, managing new people, coping with individual isolation, the stress of the family in settling down, being irritated when things don’t run smoothly, not being able to work to a normal time schedule as things don’t happen as planned, not understanding what really drives their local counterparts, identity confusion, even lack of self-confidence causing stress in the acculturation process. The problem arises when people are not culturally prepared and don’t have these automatic response mechanisms with international counterparts. How difficult or easy is to cope with such demand will depend on the cultural intelligence of the individual and its preparation.
This seminar is offered as Inhouse-Training.