In a global organization, leaders face a multitude of high level challenges and questions daily when trying to achieve outcomes. Culture influences all of our interactions in the workplace. To be successful working in a global organization, leaders must possess global proficiency.
Understanding one's own worldview, cultural values and beliefs is the first step in developing global proficiency, for those beliefs drive how we interact and respond to people and situations.
Learning and applying the universal tenets of culture is vital in order to understand behavior and expectations of employees, customers or colleagues that may share a differing cultural background.
Explore the five tenets of culture and their impact on business success: Time, Communication, Task vs. Relationship, Authority and Hierarchy, Individual or Group Orientation
Understand how cultural values influence perception
Explore the affect of cultural values on employee selection
Address implications on performance reviews, motivation and retention/turnover
Employ perception checking strategies to manage culture difference
The addition of the Intercultural Developmental Inventory (IDI) can assist the leader in determining how he or she reacts and manages difference. It also provides ideas for moving toward increased cultural sensitivity in order to positively influence business relationships and outcomes. The IDI meets the standard scientific criteria for a valid and reliable psychometric instrument.
Unique in the training industry, we use a team approach to most training and executive coaching. This means a diversity of trainers, a variety of trainer certifications, specialties and expertise, and small facilitator to participant ratio.
We take the measurement of training results very seriously and dedicate a significant amount of time and resources to it - all to ensure that the programs offered by Tero deliver the outstanding results our clients have come to expect.
What are the future needs of the business? What talent, skills, knowledge and abilities will your future leaders need? What changes are anticipated? How do you see the role of leaders in making this change a reality?