Intercultural Management programmes

Whether working globally or locally, few organisations can work solely within their own cultural context. Successful management of cultural diversity has therefore become a strategic advantage.

Our programmes utilise a blended learning approach to ensure that the results of our interventions are immediately applicable and with lasting effects. 


Global Virtual Management

  • For anyone working online
  • Face to face or online
  • Available as a blended learning solution
  • In-house, tailored

Our Global Virtual Management learning programme will make participants better equipped to operate successfully in a global virtual environment and make them able to complete virtual projects on time and on budget.

It enables managers to be effective global distance leaders by providing them with the required understanding and the necessary tools to successfully navigate and manage in the global virtual world.

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  • For managers, internal consultants and teams
  • Face to face or online
  • Available as a blended learning solution
  • Open course and In-house, tailored

The Cultural Ambassador is an intensive programme designed for managers and senior managers. This two-day workshop will help you visualise the impact corporate culture and national culture have on your operations, gain skills to effectively identify the cultural challenges within your organisation and take measures to minimise their effects.

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CULTURAL Executive Ownership (CEO) Programme

  • For executives / C-suite
  • Face to face or/and online 
  • Blended learning solution
  • Including individual or group coaching
  • In-house, tailored

The Cultural Ownership Programme, is a fully tailored programme designed for C-Suite executives. This programme can be delivered face to face or partially online. After an initial meeting a programme is designed specifically for the participant. The exact focus, cases and exercises are  designed to adress the relevant challenges that the participant is facing and the context he/she is operating in.

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Cross-CULTURAL programmes

  • For employees and managers
  • Face to face or online 
  • Available as a blended learning solution including coaching
  • In-house, tailored

Our Cross-Cultural training programmes will make you better equipped when faced with the challenges of intercultural business. Enabling you to work effectively and confidently in an ever-changing world. 

Depending on the specific needs of your organisation you can customise the programmes thanks to the various modules available.

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NEW: Introduction to Cross-Cultural Management 

  • Open course
  • Ideal for managers working with global teams
  • Online 
  • 3 levels available

Our Introduction to Cross-Cultural Management online programme provides participants with concrete tools to improve Cross-Cultural communication. It was designed with the needs of managers working with international teams in mind. 

Using a multi-method approach consisting of case studies, simulations, and exercises, it is flexible and offer 3 levels of depth: Awareness, Applications and Coaching. 

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CRoss-Cultural Research Methods

  • Designed for advanced Master’s students, PhD students, and researchers
  • Basic command of the options and functionality in SPSS is necessary
  • Face to face

A two-day course in cooperation with the University of Tilburg (Netherlands) in cross-cultural research in psychology and culture, combining a conceptual and a statistical approach.

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the trust Factor

  • For Leaders and managers
  • Face to face / online

In this two-day workshop participants will deconstruct the concept of Trust and visualising which parts of Trust need attention in their organisation for exemple: Reputation building, Intention clarification or Capability Building.

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