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Cross Cultural Training

Developing a fruitful business relationship and good communication with your colleagues and employees around the world is the basis for any successful business growth.

 

Learn to understand, accept, and celebrate the unique cultural values and business approaches of the people you work with, because at the end of the day, these interactions are either going to make your deal, or break it.

Country-specific training course example:
Working Effectively with Chinese

China is the fastest growing economy in the world, and everyone wants a piece of it. So when entering such a huge market, with unique political and cultural characteristics, one must know how to operate correctly. Many foreigners struggle to work effectively with their Chinese colleagues or clients.

There are many reasons for this including different core values, cultural norms and ways of communicating.

The objectives of a Globaleyes 'Working Effectively with Chinese' training
  • To have a better understanding of the cultural shifts in today's China

  • To understand some of the key drivers that motivate Chinese business counterparts

  • To create greater awareness of Chinese attitudes and values which influence business culture

  • To understand the challenges and solutions involved in working with Chinese

  • To develop honest and direct lines of communication with the Chinese 

  • To acquire practical communication strategies for working virtually and face- to- face with Chinese counterparts

  • To develop skills and techniques to overcome the cultural gaps and build trust

Country-specific training course example:
Working Effectively with Israelis

Planning on working with Israelis? Good. Now say goodbye to everything you knew about formal business courtesy and interaction and start thinking on a social and personal level.

 

Straightforward statements and loud conversations are just a small part of what it means to work with this passionate, fast-paced, assertive business culture. While some cultural habits vary slightly from one another, the cultural gap between other global cultures and the Israeli one is quite substantial.

 

In order to achieve effective collaboration and a fruitful relationship with your Israeli colleagues and employees, this training is a must.

The objectives of a Globaleyes 'Working Effectively with Israelis' training
  • To have a clearer understanding of the key drivers that motivate Israeli business counterparts

  • To create greater awareness of Israeli attitudes and values which influence business culture

  • To understand the challenges and solutions involved in working with Israelis

  • To develop honest and direct lines of communication with Israeli colleagues

  • To acquire practical communication strategies for working virtually and face- to- face with Israeli counterparts

  • To develop skills and techniques to overcome the cultural gaps and build trust

Country-specific training course example:
Working Effectively with Americans

Don't ever be late, be prepared to talk briefly and to the point, and "please, call me Mike." The American business culture is based on the perception that "Time Is Money" and measures success and failure on an individual basis.

 

Cutting to the chase, yet still being open and friendly is the basis of every successful interaction with your American colleagues. But if you're looking to win them over, and establish beneficial working relationships, this training is for you.   

The objectives of a Globaleyes 'Working Effectively with Americans' training
  • To have a clearer understanding of the key drivers that motivate American business counterparts

  • To create greater awareness of American attitudes and values which influence business culture

  • To understand the challenges and solutions involved in working with Americans

  • To develop honest and direct lines of communication with American colleagues

  • To acquire practical communication strategies for working virtually and face- to- face with American counterparts

  • To develop skills and techniques to overcome the cultural gaps and build trust

Countries we cover:

Europe

  • UK

  • Ireland

  • France

  • Germany

  • Holland (Netherlands)

  • Italy

  • Romania

  • Luxemburg

  • Bulgaria

  • Hungary

  • Czech Republic

  • Russia

  • Turkey

  • Denmark

  • Spain

  • Finland

  • Switzerland

  • Belgium

Asia

  • Japan

  • China

  • Korea

  • India

  • Taiwan

  • Malaysia

  • Singapore

  • Hong Kong

Americas & More

  • USA

  • Canada

  • Mexico

  • Latin America

  • South America

  • Israel

  • Australia

  • South Africa