WHY Cross Cultural Training?
Cross Cultural Training Culturally sensitized people are more successful and adapt more easily to their environment abroad. Misunderstandings can be avoided beforehand, a cultural shock can be absorbed.
Even more important than the words you say is how you say them and how you present yourself. Understanding other cultures greatly enhances international relationships and creates more favorable working conditions.
We want you to feel well-prepared and comfortable in your new cultural environment, so that you successfully interact with others.
FACTS ALONE DO NOT SUFFICE
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. This common saying seems self-evident, but in practice following this advice is more difficult than it may seem to be. One key aspect for understanding a foreign culture is, of course, detailed information. However, knowing the ‘Do’s and Don’ts’ is not enough, because individuals rarely behave the way described in the travel guides. Aside from cultural factors, personal and situational influences also matter.
Investing your time in cross cultural training is a great way to…
- Prepare yourself for working with the Nepali people
- Connect with non-English speaking employees and neighbors
- Reach a more diverse clientele
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
CLCT offers cross-cultural orientation training courses tailored to meet the specific needs of the participants. Learners are advised on how to adjust to life in Nepal everything from basic shopping to complex staff management.
The principal goal of the program is to provide our learners with the necessary information to anticipate the cultural aspects, including both business and everyday life, which will shape their time abroad.
All the speakers of cross-cultural training are with knowledge and experience in the respective foreign culture or with a bi-cultural background. We train in small groups, in a relaxed and personal atmosphere, so that we can care for every participant individually.
The sessions are interactive with simulating situations, team exercises, and feedback from team members and helpful inputs from the trainer.
Our staff are equipped with profound knowledge with regards to expatriate management. Cultural and institutional differences are our daily business. Benefit from our knowledge!
The cross-cultural program is arranged when we receive a group of 6 and above number of participants. It is a 5 – 7 days course with 3 – 4 hours of training each day. One day is allocated for cultural excursion in Kathmandu valley.