Intercultural Training for Organisations

Arguably, the key obstacle to internationalisation success is culture. Different cultural assumptions and expectations can create challenges and frustrations around core business processes such as communication, planning, decision making, information sharing, teamwork, and leadership. Communicating and collaborating with overseas counterparts or colleagues from other cultures always proves challenging. To conquer these challenges, your staff needs new skills and a new way of thinking.

Overcoming cultural barriers is the central ingredient of successful international ventures. Our trainings enable your organisation to identify and solve the most critical and challenging problems. Our ongoing support pertaining to your intercultural problems ensures that you make the most out of your organisation's human resources.

Our flexible and comprehensive range of training solutions offers your organisation a unique set of unrivalled practical benefits. From multi-cultural team building to the development of specific negotiation skills, we have a wide selection of modules - all tailored to the specific needs of your organisation.

Our Training Modules include:

  • Multi-Cultural Team Building
  • Improving Performance in Multi-Cultural Teams
  • Doing Business across Cultures
  • Managing across Cultures
  • Decision Making Techniques
  • Communicating across Cultures
  • Comparison of Business Practices
  • Business Etiquette and Protocol
  • Business Entertaining
  • Facilitating Intercultural Collaborations
  • Intercultural Meetings
  • Intercultural Negotiations

In today’s world of growing interconnectedness, every organisation needs some level of cultural awareness. Please enquire with us on how our trainings can further your organisation's objectives.

What Our Clients Say

Having spent 6 months in India, Training Must was always on my side to assist me with any advice I needed to avoid cultural shock, disappointment with my internship and a sincere understanding of the mentality and habits of the wonderful Indian people.

•    Rina Suzuki (Fukuoka, Japan)