Intercultural communication in organisations

The way how conversations are conducted influences the relationships of individuals and groups, the work situations, the routines in organisations and the organisational culture. In intercultural and international contexts, intercultural communication competencies are important to create positive and trustful relationships which lead to common decision-making, processes, the creation of common goals, constructive negotiations and conflict management situations.

We offer training in intercultural communication in business contexts, in intercultural teams and for individuals working in intercultural contexts.

We do offer specific trainings in intercultural communication in health organisations, for intercultural doctor-patient interaction.
We also offer training in intercultural communication in institutions of Higher Education, particularly for teachers and lecturers.

Intercultural communication has also gained importance in juridical contexts and we offer trainings in intercultural communications for employees in juridical contexts, such as judges, layers, bailiffs, officials with certain judicial powers and other members of legal professions).