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Intercultural teams

Inter­cul­tur­al work starts when peo­ple from dif­fer­ent cul­tures and val­ue sys­tems meet and work togeth­er. This process is frag­ile, needs mind­ful­ness, tact and a spir­it of discovery.

To man­age this colour­ful diver­si­ty, com­pa­nies and lead­ers need a sense of dif­fer­ence and inter­cul­tur­al sen­si­tiv­i­ty. Just as much as courage and diversity.


Inter­cul­tur­al teams.

Col­or­ful. Ener­getic. Expanding.

  • The fun­da­men­tals of these set­tings are clar­i­fi­ca­tions about the cul­tur­al back­ground of the team mem­bers, their past and the shared goal.
  • As a par­tic­i­pant, you learn to per­ceive your own cul­tur­al imprint, your world views and their impact.
  • You dis­cov­er the strengths and resources of what is for­eign and unfa­mil­iar to you and nego­ti­ate a new, com­mon arrangement.
  • The sem­i­nars thus pro­mote an encounter, free of prej­u­dice, between dif­fer­ent sys­tems and cultures.