Lunch Seminar on Intercultural Skills in Business of Technology
Despite the current nationalistic tendencies in global politics, business will still be more and more global and intercultural business interaction will rather increase and be the norm than the contrary. We all work in multicultural dispersed teams whose members have different values, behaviour and ways of communicating.
That could make us all ask ourselves three questions:
- How much money do we lose through lack of sensitivity to cultural issues?
- How often do we work in culturally dispersed teams whose members have different values, behaviour and ways of communicating?
- Do we really understand our own personal cultural profile and how our behaviour can be perceived by people from another cultural context? Not addressing that is by the way the most common trap to fall in.
Welcome to a lunch seminar where we will address the topic of how we can ensure best possible business results in a globalized world!
Speaker: Michael Gates, Vice Chairman Richard Lewis Communications, Associate Fellow Said Business School, Oxford
Time: 22 March 2018, 11:30-13:30
Address: KTH Main Campus, Room D31 – Lindstedtsvägen 5, Stockholm. See map for directions.
Cost: The seminar is free but you must register and there is a limited amount of seats on the seminar. No cancellation fee up until 19 March. There is a no-show fee of SEK 300 ex VAT.
If you can´t attend the lunch seminar or want to dive deeper, welcome to our two-day course Intercultural Skills in Business of Technology – May 23-24, 2018.Register
Register for our lunch seminar by filling in the form below. Please note that in case of cancellation after 19 March 2018, a late cancellation fee of 300 SEK will be charged.