Do you have the skills you need to thrive in another culture? Do you know when to bow, shake hands, or kiss someone’s cheek? Think you can’t possibly learn another language?
Most companies understand that intercultural skills impact the bottom line. Yet 76% of companies—and some nonprofits—do not require cross-cultural training in this globalized world.
We learned why you should take off your shoes when you enter a home. And why three cups of tea are more important than a contract. You are more than your business or social cause. You are an ambassador!
Our team has over 50 years of living in other cultures. Now we are on a mission to help you fill the gaps in your cross-cultural effectiveness. And thrive as an ambassador of goodwill.
Fill the gaps in your cross-cultural preparation.
- Discover tools for cultural engagement, language learning, and effective communication
- Gain skills through hands-on, interactive, and practical training
- Over 2,000 men and women trained in small business as well as faith-based causes
Gain the skills to engage, adapt, and thrive.
- Apply the best practices for cultural engagement, based on our 19 years of research.
- Learn what workers would give more attention to if they could do it over again:
- understand how people in other cultures make decisions and friendships
- aim for fluency in language
- be flexible
- Receive relevant tools through our workshops and coaching as you accelerate your language learning, culture understanding, and effective communication.
Build trust as an ambassador of goodwill.
Your cross-cultural venture is an opportunity to make the world a better place. To leave a better footprint for those who come after you. To impact those around you through hospitality, generosity, and peacemaking. These remarkable virtues help you to stand out as you build trust in your business and social relationships.
Let us help you to enter your new culture with confidence through our workshops, customized training, and coaching. Build a plan that works for you by contacting us today.