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"While leaders have always had to understand personality differences and manage how people interact with one another, as globalization transform the way we work, we now need the ability to decode cultural differences in order to work effectively with clients, suppliers and colleagues around the world," writes Erin Meyer, author of The Culture Map.

The ability to manage cross-cultural teams has become a vital skill in the global marketplace. Not only can an understanding of cultural diversity help managers better unite their teams, it can also help teams

develop unparalleled innovation and new problem-solving perspectives that are far more effective than a culturally homogenous team.

In this 3-hour interactive workshop, our facilitator Phek and her team will be facilitating various activities and conversations to help you understand how to raise your cultural awareness, equip you with basic knowledge/skills of different cultural orientation, and help you develop confidence in leading & managing cross-cultural teams.

What will you get out of this event?

-Receive direct coaching from Phek, a highly accomplished leadership facilitator focused on teaching cross-cultural management

-Learn new tools and methods to challenge your own biases and raise your own cultural awareness

-Develop confidence in leading and managing diverse teams

Who is this event for?

This event is open to everyone interested in learning how to develop their skills in leading diverse, cross-cultural teams. There are no restrictions on age, gender, or nationality. But the session is limited to only 20 participants so please sign up ASAP!

A minimum of 10 guests is needed to conduct the workshop. In the case of cancellation, fees for the workshop will be refunded to participants.

We are unable to provide fapiaos to attendees and tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Proceeds from Beijing Women's Network events go to support our partner charity, Xixi Garden, who provides educates and protects rural children from sexual abuse and violence.


Phek Yen Ng

Managing Director of Borneo Consulting

Anindita Das

Executive Coach at Global Expats Coachworx


Opening Words
Introduction to Cultural Awareness Framework
Exploring Cultural Orientation (Culture Map)


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9/F 京朝大厦 农展馆南路5号 团结湖

北京, China

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For additional event or venue information, please email leslie.dong@colorado.eduYou can also reach us at +86 13240368314

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