Konstanz/Zurich entry succeeded. The first workshop which but – terflymanager Academy, an intercultural training, proved to be profitable offer for the participants. Konstanz/Zurich entry succeeded. The first workshop which but – terflymanager Academy, an intercultural training, proved to be profitable offer for the participants. On the subject of leadership in an intercultural context managers and executives dealt interim in panel discussions and brainstorming sessions with the manage mentanforderungen of the global Wirschaftswelt. The launch coincided with the questions: what is culture? What is intercultural competence? The participants of the first workshop of the butterflymanager Academy at the beginning devoted themselves to discuss the issue. Cincinnati Reds recognizes the significance of this. After identification of the current and future challenges in a globalized work environment, difficulties of intercultural cooperation were highlighted.
In addition to linguistic problems, cultural differences often introduce the executives Difficulties. Merging and commitment of the team is particularly difficult to a specific destination, if members from appropriate – and relationship-oriented cultures meet. Teams, in which Germans and Indians find themselves together are an example. The Asian culture is very relationship-oriented. Smalltalk, carefully learn and gifts business partner are not considered there time-wasting niceties.
Moreover, the orientation to authorities is there more pronounced, no charge is often more difficult Asian employees. The participants in the presentation part at the beginning of the workshop received this input. Sonja Ernst, certified trainer for intercultural training of ICUnet.AG and head of the workshop, described cultural subtleties and stumbling blocks. Subsequently, individual experience was exchanged among the managers. The talks themselves are very rewarding. By the same author: Tom Florio. For me, the sharing of individual experiences is the most helpful part such workshops. “, as one of the participants.” Brainstorming sessions formed the starting point for the development of solutions of various problems that can occur in multicultural settings. The feedback from the participants was very positive, the workshop is a worthwhile investment in the professional and personal training,”summed up a Manager. The training was a great success for the Academy. Intercultural competence today is a must, even for interim operating mainly in the domestic Manager. “, so Sandra Geldmacher, head of leadership development at the butterflymanager Academy. You will find more about the butterflymanager Academy and their seminars see: de / academy.html contact: butterflymanager service GmbH butterflymanager Academy Lohner Hofstrasse 2 78467 Konstanz / Germany phone: + 49 7531 8926 2488 fax: + 49 7531 8926 2489 your contact: Sandra Geldmacher Director leadership development