21. March 2018 19:00
Speaking a common language is a pre-requisite, but not an indicator of how successful one will be when working cross-cultures. Partners from different cultural backgrounds approach things differently. Being successful in another cultural context requires both awareness of one’s own preferences, as well as sensitivity to the others’ needs and expectations. Adapting to different cultures requires the ability to switch one’s own style while remaining authentic.
The interactive presentation will focus on understanding the origins of cultural differences. We will share critical incidents, as well as success strategies for living/working cross-cultures.
Linda Goodwin-Huber-Wilhelm is an experienced intercultural communications trainer, coach and consultant. She was born in the USA and now resides in Germany. Her work has taken her not only around the globe but also to outer space!
- University of Massachusetts, Amherst USA BA Major Education/Psychology
- LMU Munich Germany MA German/English
- University of Portland, Oregon USA Post Graduate Inter-Cultural Communication
- University of Strath-Clyde Edinburgh, Scotland Personal Coaching and Deep Listening Carl Rodgers Certification
- Certified MBTI I and II