France has changed in the last 20 years and so it was time to update the material in CultureConnector. Kathryn Libioulle-Clutz led the work and these are some of the key changes she has observed in that time.
Giving feedback is a skill and demands trust between giver and receiver. Giving feedback between members of the CultureConnector community is now quick and easy.
The more you dive into models of the impact of intercultural competence, the more you learn about how training works. We share three learnings from our modelling work so far.
Just launched into CultureConnector, a data-driven model of intercultural skills growth. It took us years to develop it, so that trainers, coaches and organisations can develop intercultural skills much, much faster.
Manuela Marquis is an intercultural consultant focused on the future. Her work centres on helping leaders prepare for the fourth industrial revolution. Measurement helps to ensure that interventions like coaching achieve impact in the real world. Professional networks have played a big role in Manuela’s success, in a intercultural career which originated in delivering training in a highly-pressured, highly-diverse working environment.
Digital learning will not make face-to-face training disappear, says Béatrice Rivas Siedel in this interview with Argonaut. She gives her view as a trainer deep in the digital learning revolution about what we can to do take every advantage. Her insights are relevant for trainers, training providers, client organisations and the learners themselves.
This is the story of Béatrice Rivas Siedel’s professional transformation as an intercultural trainer. In two years she moved from being an outsider to the technological revolution in coaching and training, to being a full participant, driver and advocate of blending online and face-to-face learning.
Intercultural coach and trainer Béatrice Rivas Siedel shares her tips for trainers who are shifting from classroom training to remote sessions.
The best things in life are free. But not in business. Usually, a higher price indicates a higher value. So why should we be interested in something that is free? And if that thing is intercultural training, when is the right time to go for the free option, and when is the right time to invest?
How can we take training participants’ instinctive reaction and curiosity and bring transferable understanding? Here are 12 aspects of culture that can bring that “ah-ha” moment of insight in intercultural training.