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      Cross-Cultural Communication Training for Global and Multicultural Teams with Tatiana Indina in Menlo Park


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      November 26, 2019

      Tuesday   9:00 AM (on various days)

      101 Jefferson Dr
      Menlo Park, California 94025

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      Cross-Cultural Communication Training for Global and Multicultural Teams with Tatiana Indina

      CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING FOR GLOBAL & MULTICULTURAL TEAMS   (1 day training) About the workshop: The role of culture in international business is now recognised as having a major impact on developing global strategies, applying tactics of international sales, marketing, branding recruitment, management and mergers.  Having effective communication skills is a must in any position, in any business. The ability to navigate through dealings with clients and colleagues across cultural lines opens doors in the business world.  Understanding and appreciating intercultural differences ultimately promotes clearer communication, breaks down barriers, builds trust, strengthens relationships, opens horizons and yields tangible results in terms of business success. During this training course, participants will learn the secrets of  communication across cultures, specifics of working, meeting, dealing, entertaining, negotiating and corresponding with colleagues or clients from different cultural backgrounds.  Participants will have the opportunity to reflect and expand their knowledge and intercultural experience; become more culturally self-aware of how to sharpen their communication skills to achieve success on international stage. Who should attend:  Everybody who is interested/ engaged in issues of international collaboration/ intercultural communication. This course is for you if:  You and your staff are increasingly working across cultures  You are interacting with foreign counterparts, clients or suppliers   You are involved in intercultural projects and programmes WORKSHOP PROGRAM  Definitions of culture  Components and levels of culture  Typologies of cultures: Mono chronic vs. Poly chronic cultures  Low context vs. High context cultures  Norms, values and basic assumptions of various cultures Developing key skills for Cross-Cultural Competence:  Dealing with cross cultural (mis)perceptions and stereotypes Understanding Diversity :  » Race  » Nationality  » Religion  » Values  » Traditions  » Communication  Cultural Impact on Business:  Building inter-personal and business relationships across the cultures Working in intercultural teams Management styles and behavior at the workplace  Inter-cultural conflict prevention and resolution Understanding customers behavior on international markets What you will get?  Imrove your cultural awareness and tolerance;  Develop important cultural competence skills: open mindedness, tolerance sensitivity and empathy;  Break down cultural barriers, learn how to avoid cultural stereotypes, prejudices and preconceptions; Be able to understand cultural differences in the workplace and social contexts;   Enhance your inter-cultural business and professional communication skills;  Be able to build trust, better understanding, effective business and personal relationships with people from different cultural backgrounds;  Open your new horizons, you will make a next step in developing your international career;  Build confidence for dealing effectively in different cultural contexts and situations. About the trainer:  Tatiana A. Indina  (PhD) is an acknowledged Social Scientist and a high level expert in  organizational psychology, with current academic appointments in Woodrow Wilson  International Center for Scholars, Washington DC, USA, and Russian Academy of Education and Moscow business school, Moscow, Russian Federation. Dr. Indina expertise covers a wide range of areas, such as international communication leadership and  entrepreneurship. Tatiana Indina is a well-known business trainer of international  management and leadership programs in Russia and FSU. Dr. Indina teaches Intercultural business communication classes in MBA programs and provides executive coaching for companies and government bodies on international relations and business, leadership and professional effectiveness. Tatiana has written 3 books and over 50 papers. She is a regular speaker on International conferences on social sciences worldwide.  Born in Kyrgyzstan in multinational family, Tatiana Indina has spent most of her life living, studying and working in numerous cultures including Russia and FSU, Central Asia, Western and Eastern Europe, Australia and the USA where she is currently based. Her first hand experience and academic studies have given her an in depth understanding of the challenges of living and working across cultures.  In US, she delivered multicultural and teambuilding workshops for national and  international students being a visiting fellow in Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. She managed and co-ordinated large number of international projects on research, marketing, media, education. Tatiana Indina has diverse international management and intercultural training experience with corporate and non-profit clients in both the US and Russia. She has worked with a number of major Universities and Business Leadership Centers. Her areas of expertise include personal effectiveness coaching and business communication trainings. https://www.indina-consulting.com/     About the trainer:  Tatiana Indina, PhD - is a business trainer, leadership & team coach & organization development consultant with over 10 years experience of work with global and international teams, C-level executives of Fortune 500 companies and smaller startups.  Tatiana Indina is a CEO & founder of Indina-Consulting Innovation Academy in Silicon Valley and Mission2Mars Online Accelerator.  She holds PhD in Social Psychology from Russian Academy of Education (Moscow, Russia, 2007), was a Fulbright Visiting Scholar in Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (Washington DC, US, 2011), is a fellow of Harvard Berkman-Klein Center for Internet Studies (2015),  a research scholar of multiple international projects on Internet governance and digital communication (UNESCO, Ranking Digital Rights, Ameriacan University, Annenberg School of Communication, Internews)  and an often speaker at international psychological and Internet governance conferences (IGF, UN, CyberBRICS, T20) She is an author of 5 books and over 50 research papers. Her latest book "CEO 2.0" addresses the problem of developing key competencies for the next generation of leaders in digital age. 

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      This event repeats on various days: Dec 10, Dec 17, Dec 24

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