Involving participants in the learning process by using strategies like built-in quizzes, interspersed tasks, teamwork interludes etc.
Participants themselves create and share experiences that illustrate key concepts, principles, or core messages.
The content and design of the training includes a combination of awareness, knowledge, skills, attitudes.
Our consultants provides expert knowledge or skills that the organization does not have in-house
We work in partnership with organization, contributing process knowledge but leaving the decision to the client.
We can do tasks that a client organization knows how to do itself, but doesn’t have the staff to accomplish.
The presentations include new information and knowledge elements relevant to the topic.
The insights and explanations very often change the perception and shift the focus towards a deeper understanding.
The humour helps to soften challenging issues, clarify confusions end makes the learning more enjoyable.
“Excellent workshop. Gave me a chance to look at myself and to understand how I react. It will be of great benefit to me both personally and in my interactions with people from other cultures.”
The Onion Model
The image of an onion is often used to describe the different layers of culture. Culture can be broken down into layers: The outer layers are composed of the artefacts and products as well as patterns of behaviour. The next layer encompasses the beliefs, norms and attitudes of that culture. The middle of the onion represents the underlying cultural assumptions and values. As the most hidden layer, these aspects of culture are much harder to recognise and understand, but all of the other layers are built upon the centre of the culture onion. Therefore, careful analysis and a better understanding of the different layers as well as how they interact and influence each other is necessary. Intercultural training can help to understand the different layers of culture and their significance.