4.90 (24 reviews)
☑ The Foundations of Cross Cultural Leadership
☑ Profiling, the first competency
☑ High Context and Low Context Cultures
☑ Linear-active Time Cultures
☑ Multi-active Time Cultures
☑ Affective and Cognitive Trust
☑ Egalitarian and Hierarchical Cultures
☑ Adapting - the second competency
☑ Modulating - the third competency
☑ Managing Meetings in Cross-Cultural Environment
☑ Best Practices of Managing Meetings in Asia
☑ Conflict in Cross-Cultural Environment
“Human beings are drawn close to one another by their Common nature, but habits and customs keep them apart.”–Confucius
Understanding that we have differences is the first step in solving the mystery of Cross Cultural Leadership.
As we get familiar with these differences we can ‘change our own attitude’, be ‘mindful’ in communication with others, successfully get our message across and make business.
Besides distance and language, leading efficiently across cultures also means profiling and adapting your message to a very different audience, many times with very different or even opposed values than you are accustomed to. This can be difficult and even a daunting task in many organizations, one of the main causes being the assumption that the company’s culture is one no matter the place of the office or the personal preferences of employees. While this may be true up to a level, communication has nuances and characteristics that go beyond the regulated corporate behavior – it is deeply rooted with people. That is why, getting trained at spotting and using Cross Cultural Leadership becomes one of the top skills of managers and leaders in international companies. The training covers the competences needed to face cross-cultural contexts and challenges in a successful manner:
Profiling the Other Culture.
Adapting you style to the Other Culture.
The Foundations of Cross-Cultural Leadership
What is Cross Cultural Leadership ?
Profiling -The First Competence
How Profiling works
Low Context versus High Context
Linear-Active and Multi Active-Cultures
Egalitarian versus Top-Down Decision Making style
Adapting -The Second Competence
Modulating -The Third Competence
A final word
Foarte bine prezentat si oportun acest curs. Doua lucruri absolut esentiale in orice relatie de business : comunicarea si politetea.
A great and informative course from Julian! I've had the opportunity to participate in some in-person trainings held by Julian, but this online course it just as good.
I enjoy the course. It makes me think of my own company and managers, how they are managing the cross cultural differences.
I appreciate the well-structured course content and all the examples that seem so relatable now and wouldn't have thought of them as cultural particularities in international teams.