Managing Across Cultures:
Achieving Outstanding Results
in a Multicultural World
New York City, May 19-21, 2015
Discover how the workplace is influenced by cultural backgrounds, values, attitudes and behaviors and develop your intercultural competencies in an internationally connected world.
- Develop effective cross-cultural communication skills.
- Lead and motivate people at both interpersonal and organizational levels across different cultures.
- Overcome potential organizational hurdles resulting from cultural differences.
- Leverage insights from cultural perceptions, norms, and understandings to navigate through various cultural contexts
Why IESE Recommends This Program
In an ever more global business world, the ability to interact effectively with people from different cultures is vital. Managers and leaders need to develop intercultural competencies that can help them be more aware of their own culturally-based perceptions, norms and patterns of thinking, and consequently adapt their behaviors according to specific cultural contexts to achieve specific business objectives.
The program offers participants solid theoretical frameworks and practical insights to handle the cultural challenges of managing people in a globalized workplace. Among the cultures covered are Australia, China, Eastern Europe, France, Germany, India, Japan, South Korea, Switzerland, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
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