Nonverbal communication is key for building trust and cooperation. The goal of our webinar is to create greater awareness of your own body language, to uncover sabotaging patterns in your nonverbal communication and how to communicate more authentically. The webinar will provide you with guidelines on how to distinguish cultural specific cues, how to react to them, and how to create greater trust and cooperation with your peers.
MICHAEL SILLER: Michael creates awareness and builds up the competences needed to turn cultural differences into an asset. He helps his clients create lasting change and intrinsic motivation by using the energy of the conflicts to shift group dynamics.
Full profile at: https://www.hofstede-insights.com/network/michael-siller/
In this final CUBE IN webinar of 2018, we will discuss how culture affects employee motivation, their expectations and what kind of balance they strive for in their life.
A Dutch native, living in Finland, Egbert helps global leaders and managers deal with the challenges (and fun) of working in unpredictable and impossible situations and create more awareness about the importance of people in today´s work environment.
In this webinar, George Lupascu will introduce different dimensions of culture that influence the way we behave and relate to each other in business. He will offer insights into how to manage such a multicultural workforce.
GEORGE LUPASCU PRUNA: George solves complex, vague problems, for companies and people that have great visions and want to implement them in the smoothest long lasting way. Full profile at: https://www.hofstede-insights.com/network/george-lupascu-pruna/
This webinar explores Cultural Intelligence as a critical mindset and skillset for managing across cultures. We will discuss how to master three aspects of being a culturally intelligent global leader, which include: openness, curiosity, and knowledge.
ELIZABETH TULEJA: Elizabeth is a professor of Intercultural Communication and Global Leadership for MBA and Executive MBA programs at the University of Notre Dame, USA. She also teaches and leads cross-cultural immersion programs in Shanghai and Chengdu every year.
Her mission is to enable global effectiveness through first understanding oneself in order to understand others
Full profile at: https://www.hofstede-insights.com/network/elizabeth-tuleja/