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Cultural Navigator

So you reach your goals.

The foundation of all our Global Leadership Training Programs is the Cultural Orientations Model. With the help of three cultural dimensions, the participants learn to understand cultural differences, find their place in global value systems, and consider these from a new perspective. With the Cultural Orientations Indicator® online assessment (COI®), you can analyze your own cultural character, compare it with those of your team members or other countries, and by doing so estimate the implications for management processes in concrete terms.

The model developed by Berlitz is used around the world by a range of global players, to great success. It is based on scientific surveys by renowned anthropologists and sociologists such as Clifford Geerts (1973), Edward T. Hall (1990), Charles Hampden-Turner and Alfons Trompenaars (1993), Geert Hofstede (1980), and E. Kluckhohn and F. L. Stodbeck (1961).

Access to contemporary cultural and economic know-how. The Cultural Navigator® enables your company to achieve the following goals:

  • Prepares employees for business relationships in global markets
  • Explores management and business practices in widely differing cultures worldwide
  • Develops intercultural competence in order to build up and promote global partnerships and networks
  • Helps you gain crucial market knowledge to achieve competitive advantage

TMC Cultural Orientations Model: with the help of 3 dimensions, this model provides information about your own preferences in a professional context, then relates this to your colleagues and business partners. Possible cultural misunderstandings can be recognized and prevented before they even happen, producing a non-prejudiced and open working environment in which all participants are free to pursue their goals in a professional and straightforward manner.

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