Many people stationed abroad fail.
Doing business outside the home country
becomes more complicated due to failures
in preparation and lack of knowledge of
different cultures and peoples.
The new situation created by the increasing
globalisation of many companies and
organisations makes knowledge of and
work with cultural differences key factors
for successful collaboration. Companies in
the international market need employees
who can work constructively and profitably
with people from different countries.
CHD defines successful intercultural collaboration
as the ability to develop innovative
solutions based on a diversity of different
I have worked in different roles in global
companies, and for a number of years have
lived and worked abroad and collaborated
with people from broadly varied cultures.
My personal and employment background
enables me to guide employees and their
families to understanding and mutual
appreciation in multicultural settings.
It would please me, as an independent
intercultural trainer, to assist you in
expanding your intercultural competence.