‘Sharing what I know to help people grow’
Differences and misunderstandings often emerge in the workplace and while doing business due to cultural difference. In a world of cross cultural communication, it is important for organisations not to underestimate the value of intercultural skills within the workforce. Preparing and training your employees to deal with cultural complexity like understanding, accepting and responding to cultural differences is a powerful asset for any organisation aiming to achieve a smooth multicultural worksplace and sustainable international business relations.
I genuinely understand when clients say that they are confused or even frustrated, when faced with cultural differences in a workplace. This is because I have’ been there’. As a certified trainer in crossing cultures with competence, I offer training/ talks and workshops that teaches practical skills that enable a person to be culturally sensitive. Understand the expectations of an international work place or host country. Regardless of which country or culture they may be working in. They will be competent in dealing with it.
Country specific information on Nepal, India and The Netherlands is also offered.
The training, workshop and talks are on the following topics which are always tailor made to your situation:
- Training on ‘Crossing cultures with competence’
- Talks on intercultural awareness at the workplace
- Intercultural expectation management training for employees & employer
- Intercultural communication at the workplace
- Information on the culture and customs of Nepal, India and The Netherlands
- To get an idea about the events that I have hosted see past events
- Individual coaching
How does it work?
We can plan a meet-up which is free of cost and obligations. During this session, we will zoom into your search for assistance. Once we agree upon your specific requirements, I will provide a quotation that is tailor made to your situation.
Are you looking for a certified trainer with a life experience on ‘feeling at home between cultures’? Then, I would like to invite you to tell me how I can help you. In order to do that, please feel free to contact me.