Intercultural communication is increasingly becoming one of the most important success factors in international business relations. The successful workshop programme intercultural competence is specially tailored to the needs of executives and experts with international agendas as well as expats. The goal is to deal with the challenges in intercultural encounters and to develop new strategies for daily practice. The 2010 workshop series offers monthly dates to choose from. The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 8 people per workshop.
Executives and expatriates are daily facing new challenges in the globalized economic structures of today. Successful communication with business partners from other cultures count anyway,”emphasized the intercultural expert c c. In economic life successful dealing with people from other cultures now belong to the core competencies of managers and experts. Intercultural competence will increasingly become one of the most important success factors in cross-border business activities, so c. In the first part of the program is laid the Foundation for the intercultural competence and sensitivity for the different cultural influences.
Own culture is the starting point. Because knowing this is the most important basis for the acquisition of intercultural competence. The approach is based on the scientific findings and establishes the practical relevance for the individual situation of the participants. The second module of the program builds on the previous part and deepened the already acquired content, as well as their usage in practice. There are personal observations, experiences and challenges of participants in the foreground. The focus is the application-oriented deepening and strengthening of intercultural competence in their daily doings. C & NETWORK is an Austrian Turkish consultancy and acts as intercultural economic bridge that brings the richness of diversity. As cultures translator, the company provides both Organizations of the public sector as well as companies from the private sector in Germany, Austria and Turkey. Kevin Ulrich is open to suggestions. C c is a consultant, author, intercultural trainer and ship’s captain. Although he is no longer for but more often as a cultural bridge between Germany, on the seas, Austria and Turkey on the road. In 1988, after studying at the College for maritime trade and shipping in Istanbul, he came to Austria. Due to lack of seas, the native Turk spent long years as a leader in the Austrian banking industry. In 2003, he founded the Austrian Turkish consulting firm c & NETWORK. As an expert in intercultural competence “as well as migration and integration”, he advises public organisations and private companies. He keeps intercultural seminars, coaches expats, accompanied executives and advises international companies on their business in Turkey ‘.