UNIQUE TRAINING COURSES
East West Interface (EWI) training courses are individually designed to maximise the learning experience in a creative and enjoyable way. They are always a resounding success with clients who gain cross-cultural intelligence and leadership skills and can be tailored for 1:1 sessions or teams. All can be delivered virtually.
DEVELOPING DIVERSE LEADERSHIP AND TEAM-PLAYER SKILLS THROUGH SOUND
This creative and innovative training has been co-created with award-winning music experts. Whether you have it as team-building day or as part of your cross-cultural management training, it will give attendees a truly memorable opportunity to develop the key leadership and team-building skills needed within cross-cultural and diverse teams.
UNDERSTANDING THE BRITISH IN CONTEXT
Whether you are planning to work or live in the UK or just want to raise your cross-cultural awareness, this course will give you insights into how the British think and behave at a time of great upheaval within British society. It will answer questions such as:
Why do the British change their minds all the time? Why do they sometimes use humour? Why are they so indirect in their feedback? Why do they never say what they mean? Why don’t they pay enough attention to detail? It will explain how some of the hidden ‘rules of play’ have come out in the Royal Scandal with Harry and Meghan and we also look at how the British attitude to risk and decision making impacted upon the Brexit vote and our current attitudes to politics.
Minimum Level of English required:
WORKING WITH THE BRITISH
For businesses wanting to establish themselves in the UK and/or work with British talent or clients, they must understand cross-cultural business communications and be aware of the impact these have on crucial business areas so they can tailor these to suit potential customers, staff and PR information. Using a unique blend of academic expertise and extensive business experience, our engaging and creative training explains the differences in the ways different cultures communicate in business, resulting in:
• Increased confidence and ability to operate within a different working environment
• Better business relationship building between HQ and acquired company
• Higher level knowledge-transfer and information sharing amongst staff/companies
• Raised level of cross-cultural awareness and knowledge of the UK that can be transferred back to HQ
• A greater sense of trust and respect from the British team/clients and an excellent reputation within the UK.