Managing Cultural Differences in the Workplace + Live Webcast

Managing Cultural Differences in the Workplace – London – 21st January 2019 & Live Webcast

Holiday Inn Hotel, Kensington, London

25th March 2019

This one-day workshop is for you if you need to communicate quickly and effectively with team-members, colleagues, clients or senior people from international or multi-cultural backgrounds.

This is especially important In today’s workplace where communication is of paramount importance in enabling people to reach organisational goals. Building cultural gaps by building harmonious relationships can save time and money, heading off frustration as well as fulfilling workplace performance targets.

Participate through interactive live WEBCAST:

Live presentation
Downloadable slides
Take part with questions
Interact with other delegates

Training Courses & Careers Update Live webcast: Managing Cultural Differences in the Workplace – London – 21st January 2019
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Key Learning Objectives:

To equip leaders, managers, supervisors or client focused professionals with verbal and non-verbal skills to communicate confidentlya cross a wide range of cultures.

Tips for managers working with many nationalities operating within one team.

Strategies to communicate quickly and effectively with people from different backgrounds

Stepping over communication pitfalls when dealing with diverse cultures

Avoiding common misunderstandings

Develop an awareness and appreciation of the significance and opportunities of cultural differences

Your workshop facilitator is Peter Robertson

Peter Robertson was a BBC journalist for nearly 20 years. He was leading 140 staff and around 200 freelancers in teams spread across 15 international locations, often in difficult and hostile environments. Peter brings highly-tuned interpersonal skills and sensitivity from his experience operating within multi-cultural and international environments. He was working closely with local teams in countries such as the USA, Russia, Kenya, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Egypt and Ukraine. Peter has sometimes found himself in the middle of highly pressured situations coping with death threats, revolutions, armed raids and invasions. He is a regular contributor to BBC Radio 4’s From Our Own Correspondent.

Recent comments from delegates attending our courses:

‘Peter is a very clear/articulate person who makes you interested on what is being discussed’ Business Administration#

‘Engaging, used his own stories to relate to’ Office Supervisor

‘It was money well spent…and I feel I leave with some great tools’ HR

‘Exceeded Expectation’ – Manager

‘Useful tips – which I shall certainly be using!’ Business Manager

‘Lots….to be shared with Management Team’ Office Manager

‘Really useful tools to take back and cascade to others’

‘Lots of good examples offered’ Operations Manager