In this webinar, Richard D. Lewis, author of When Teams Collide examines how to establish and manage a successful international team.
Take 60 minutes to view this webinar (on your computer, mobile phone, iPad, Kindle or printed out) to learn how to deal with diverse business cultures around the world. The webinar covers:
- Everything you need to know in 1 hour about the most effective methods the most effective team leaders are using to build successful international teams;
- The 10 ways you can work and communicate across cultures, ensure your policies recognize cultural synergies, and more;
- Learn how to overcome misunderstandings that can arise in a virtual team which lacks face-to-face contact and how to get things done with colleagues who have different worldviews;
- How other team leaders have used these methods to develop new thinking in the area of international management and team-building in Europe and the USA, as well as Russia, China and the Far East.
Upon registering, ExecSense will immediately email you all access information for this upcoming webinar. You will also receive access to the recorded files in case you are unable to attend the live event (registration prior to live event required). You can view the webinar on your computer, iPad, Kindle, iPhone, Blackberry, Android and many other devices. As with any ExecSense webinar, if you are not 100% satisfied with this program, you can exchange it for any other webinar.
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