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Open Workshop: Empowering International Teams

Do you know the Rules of Engagement for Working within an International Team?

In our increasingly globalised and connected world, it is increasingly the ‘norm’ for people of different cultures to work across borders within one team.

These teams benefit from diverse talent and innovation, bit also come with numerous challenges, both for team members and Managers. Even when people are enthusiastic to cooperate as a single team, different cultural approaches to issues such as:-

  • trust;

  • hierarchy;

  • motivation; and

  • managing conflict

can cause unintentional ambiguity, miscommunication and even offence.

Experiential, one-day workshop

Designed to enhance your cultural awareness and provide you with a better understanding of the challenges you face when leading, or working in, a multicultural team. 

This Workshop will  focus on:

  • The challenges and benefits facing cross cultural teams and how to manage - or work within them - constructively

  • Cultural sensitivity: understanding cultural tendencies, working preferences, and how they can impact on team effectiveness

  • Identifying the behaviours and characteristics of high-performing cross cultural teams

  • Evaluating how remote working compares to co-located working, and the crucial role of ‘trust’ when building remote relationships for effective working

  • Developing and enhancing skills to help you perform more efficiently within an international team


Who should attend?

Any business professional:

  • Working within a cross cultural team

  • Working within a global team

  • Managing a remote or international team or

  • Leading global projects 


Why attend?

In order to reflect on your current team participation or team management style, and to consider how you can communicate and build relationships more effectively with your International or remote team members.


Complimentary Places 

Places are limited and By Invitation:-

If you wish to attend the Workshop simply Contact Us to register your interest.

If you have a colleague who you feel will benefit from attending, feel free to pass on the details and ask them to Contact Us.


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