Leveraging cultural differences

Making Cultural Diversity: a competitive advantage

Bridging cultural gaps
Engaging people in the right way
Making Deals Internationally
Presenting Internationally

Bridging cultural gaps

Dealing with hierarchy
Taking responsibility
Meritocracy vs. nepotism
Rules and regulations
Gifts, favours and bribes
Discretion vs. dishonesty

Engaging people

Engaging the right people
Using active listening
Personalities and profiles
Understanding corporate cultures
Picking the right people
Cultural and social aspects of responsibility
Getting people to play ball

Making Deals

Strategic selling
Challenging assumptions
The value of time and the right place
Beliefs and Values
Using language properly

Presenting Internationally

Leveraging the audience’s perspective
Creating a central message
Choosing style
Making impact

What does an International corporate culture mean?

Having an augmented and adaptive view of the world
Triggering a growth process that trains corporate potential
Increasing chances of success and resilience

"It is not the strongest of the species that survives, not the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change’’

– Charles Darwin

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