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17/05/2022

What Should Your Cross-Cultural Awareness Training Objectives Be?

Cross-cultural awareness training objectives come in different shapes and sizes. Some, like helping learners develop cultural appreciation and awareness are…

13/05/2022

What are the ways in which you can increase cultural awareness?

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06/05/2022

Learning that engages and transforms reluctant learners

The most important factor in determining whether you learn effectively is whether you want to learn. If a learner does…

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Xellia

Xellia pharmaceuticals is an anti-infective specialty pharmaceutical company. They have manufacturing sites in Denmark, Hungary, China and the United States, as well as contract manufacturers in India. They are a business to business company working with more than 500 pharmaceutical companies worldwide.

Novartis

Novartis Oncology is the largest therapeutic division within Novartis, encompassing over 5000 people in 50 countries responsible for developing new and innovative treatments for cancer sufferers.

BP

Large scale virtual classroom delivery. Globally dispersed leaders and managers at BP.

IE Business School

To prepare this generation of global leaders for the borderless workplace, IE integrated Country Navigator into their Cross-Cultural Intelligence module, making students more aware of the value of cultural diversity in decision making, communication and collaboration.

Criteo

With nearly 3,000 employees and 50 nationalities in 30 offices around the world, Criteo has had an expansive and sudden growth, becoming a global market leader in its field within just 10 years.

Moody’s

Due to Moody’s continued focus on global markets and supporting an increasingly diverse employee and customer base, cultural intelligence is a critical ability for the organisation.

ArcelorMittal

When Arcelor and Mittal Steel merged to become the world's largest steel and mining company, they embarked on an ambitious strategy of global transformation to create alignment around a new brand identity, vision and values.

PSA Peugeot Citroën

With over 170,000 employees across the globe PSA needed all employees to develop an in-depth understanding of global working styles to ensure collaboration, community and productivity across continents.

Xellia

“As a sponsor of the event, I felt proud as I could observe that the confidence and feeling of recognition increased among the Indian team and this was maintained in a sustainable way afterwards. In particular, I believe it was very effective that consultants chose a mixture of methodologies/ The facilitators we had were of excellent quality and were truly inspirational”

<b>Nora Elisabeth Haberg, Vice President – Strategic Projects, Xellia</b>