in·ter·act – verb -\in-tər-ˈakt\-to act on or in close relation with each other
When in a new environment, it helps to go through assimilation with others who can share in the experience.
Whether composed of separate expats or a work team, group training can allow for the most collaborative interactive learning.
Team building enables groups to more effectively manage the flow of team dynamics in their destination culture as they work, communicate ,and interact with colleagues from different nationalities.
Teams form their own hierarchy, work style and values but members are not always aware of the natural process, which can result in unbalanced team dynamics. Using a sociocultural approach to explaining work cultures, the goal of team training is to enable teams to more effectively build a team that learns how to preparing to work with colleagues from different nationalities, and communicate and interact with each other in their work environment.
Groups learn the basic concepts of culture, identify the dimensions that influences the formation of their own culture, recognize how these factors impact work and social life, and receive tools on how to adapt and deal with differences.
Intercultural competence is the ability to work across cultures through an instilled understanding of cultures on a general level. Through this course, assignees will learn the basic concepts of culture, identify the dimensions that influences the formation of their own culture, recognize how these factors impact work and social life, and receive guidelines and tools on how to adapt and deal with differences.
Intensive Language Training
Groups can expect a tailored, goal-focused yet highly structured training that involves group dialogue and interactions, so that they can begin engaging and connecting with confidence.
Language is inarguably the central element of communication. During international relocations, not knowing the language makes assimilation difficult. Intensive language training in a group setting is valuable because assignees can share the same sense of disorientation and accomplishment together as they become proficient in the target language.
Workplace oriented training help teams understand all aspects of the destination business culture, touching topics such as communication and negotiation, motivation and management, and work attitudes (ethics, etiquette, hierarchy, and authority).
Workplace environments are concentrated pockets of society involving their own cultures that extend beyond the general society’s. The focus of business orientations is to focus on these unique aspects, such as Communication and Negotiation, Motivation and management, Work attitudes and habits (etiquette, hierarchy, authority and time), influences of political, economic, legal, and religious environments.