Intercultural Training Switzerland

Intercultural competence Switzerland for your business success through intercultural training Switzerland develop internationally active Manager their intercultural competence. “This leads to smooth projects, nothing connects us so successful transfers and negotiations with business partners from the Switzerland, such as the common border, and nothing separates us, such as the common language.” Salut Gernot the seemingly superficial similarities give the impression that Swiss people as we are”. While most professionals and executives are preparing intensively on your Asia projects intercultural challenges in cooperation be not often dramatically underestimated just with European neighbours. Most of the intercultural issues and conflicts in cooperation with neighbouring countries, for example Germany Switzerland, Germany Austria and United States Canada arise because of this amazingly. Because the devil is in the details, many projects fail to apparent trifles”. It comes in just in the Switzerland on linguistic subtleties on. For the Swiss, German, what they themselves call written German, is a foreign language.

That’s why you feel disadvantaged, when communicating in their own country with German which often causes animosity. Strongly influenced by Calvinism, the Swiss much flatter hierarchies as the Germans are accustomed. In Germany, it include the tasks of a Manager, his staff to control what is perceived in the Switzerland as a no-go. Swiss, however, are by an inner satisfaction”shaped. I.e. it is first and foremost this motivated to do his job well.

It takes no control, she will on the contrary as a vote of no confidence”are just two examples from a whole cosmos of possible misunderstandings this felt. It is clear: intercultural preparation can mean success or failure. A holistic management preparation that takes into account the different employees and corporate structures is necessary. And although both for the Germans, as well as for the Swiss. Intercultural cooperation is a two-way street! More info: globalcultures.eu/interkulturelles-training/schweiz-suisse/

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