Cross Cultural Training
A close look at global operations shows how culture, communication and human factors silently support or undermine the effectiveness of business operations. Increasingly, business leaders understand that cross-cultural awareness is a prerequisite to success.
Workshops in this area examine in detail the factors influencing the culture of a place. Cross cultural awareness workshops typically aim to
- Build increased cultural sensitivity and culture-specific knowledge
- Help participants identify their own culture profiles and view these from the relevant local perspective
- Plan strategies for adjustments to the relevant culture
- Learn local business protocol to build 'cultural bridges'
These learnings influence
The professional success of employees, the financial success and survival of businesses, cost structures and global workforce competencies.
KTA has introduced a dual-dimension methodology to cross cultural training (CCT). This methodology allows us to gauge the cross cultural quotient at an individual (ICQ) and organizational level (CCQ).
KTA introduces Arthur Carmazzi
KTA brings to India Arthur Carmazzi, amongst the world’s top 10 ranked leadership experts. His organization Directive Communication Intl provides training process to positively direct the foundational psychology of group dynamics required for sustainable organizational culture change and improvement.