Some wait for a miracle in life that unfortunately does not happen and leave their country without a concrete destination. Others plan every step of their emigration. Others stay in their old homeland. They are just there, among us, work in our team, are well integrated, but come from another country.
I would have had the best reasons to stay in my home country – I understand the language and the culture. But I wanted to get out of my comfort zone. The topic of diversity management, intercultural communication and communicative competences moved me daily and I would not be where I am now without my many practical experiences from my own experiences.
My story is not unique and will not be scripted. But I am sure that in your own team, too, the issue of interculturality plays a central role. Possible internal conflicts arise, among other things, from misunderstandings of cultural differences among employees.
This mixture of countries, cultures and societies raises an interesting question: What is the role of managers, team leaders in a multicultural environment and how do they communicate? Why and how well do they need to understand the cultures?
I would be happy to help you get to the bottom of these questions.
- Identify and promote cultural differences
- Reduce internal cultural tensions
- Conflict prevention through education