“Every man is, in certain respects, a. like all other men, b. like some other men, c. like no other man.“
Clyde Kluckhohn and Henry Murray in »Personality in Nature, Society and Culture«, 1953
By reason of progressive globalisation, the ethnic and ethno-religious heterogeneity is always growing. Everyone of us is increasingly confronted with people of different values and beliefs. Constructive interaction with cultural variety is therefore not only a key qualification for international men of business, but is becoming more and more a core competence of every personality development. Intercultural competence concerns us all.
In the seminar you will learn, among other things, about these main topics:
“I liked the seminar because it served as a connection between theory and practice. The inputs were not too long, but exciting. They helped me to define my position and to come to grips with my personality (character and competence). It is quite helpful to reflect ones life once in a while and to find new approaches. Specifically the openness of every participant impressed me. The coaches had a good sense, to emphasize the essential parts.“
Lorenz Kurth, Eidg.dipl Ing. Communication & Informatics