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In today’s world it is increasingly important to have cultural skills. Improving one’s cultural competence can make a real difference. Every day people in organisations engage with people and businesses across a range of different cultural backgrounds. To know how to communicate with different cultures is essential for doing business. It is a way to change the world we live in, and to start living differently.
In this two-day workshop, you will better understand and develop an intercultural mindset.
-Identify as your own culture conditions all dimensions of life: work, social, personal,…
-Improve your (cross-)cultural competence
-Explore ethical decisions in a multicultural world
Our methodology will be experiential. Every argument will be explained using games, activities and current theories. After each activity there will be a debriefing to discuss the contents, the learnings, the quality of relationships, as well as the problem-setting and problem-solving processes.
Day 1: Cultural competence for an intercultural world: Cultural awareness, Cultural differences, Business models
Day 2: Cultural communication: levels of cultural communication, communicating with different people, understanding cultural speech, negotiating in other cultures with different people
This workshop has been created for MBA students, early and mid-career graduates, changemakers and people working in intercultural contexts.
Carlos Muñoz Novo hails from Spain and lives in Italy, having previously lived in Africa, Cambodia, Chile, Peru and Bolivia. He has a degree in Chemistry as well as a degree in Philosophy from the University of Salamanca. Additionally he has several master's degrees: economics, HR and practical philosophy.
He is a university researcher and lectures in several master and postgraduate programmes on interculturality for business, business ethics and bioethics. Currently he is a corporate consultant on diversity issues, corporate decision-making and innovative governance models.