Make every international assignment count.
For employees – and their families – heading out on an international assignment, the transition to living overseas can be a tough one. Give your employees the skills they need to succeed on a global assignment with the Thriving in a New Culture learning program. Designed for the unique professional and personal needs of employees and their families, this program offers training options for first-time and repeat assignees, spouses, partners, and children.
What Participants Will Learn
The flexible design of Thriving in a New Culture draws on both research and practice to meet the needs of each individual. Under the training of a certified Aperian facilitator, participants will:
- Learn specific strategies to build relationships, establish credibility, and communicate effectively with locals
- Gain a deeper understanding of host country behaviors by examining prevalent values, assumptions, beliefs, and historical highlights
- Explore key cultural dimensions to identify and bridge cultural gaps
- Address day-to-day living questions and concerns, including etiquette and protocol
- Create a personal action plan based upon key learning points
How Your Company Benefits
Thriving in a New Culture is a perfect option for employees on global assignments within organizations, whether long-term, short-term or rotational. Organizations will:
Grow more engaged and effective employees
Build a key professional development training offering to attract and retain talent
Spur growth with faster, more collaborative business interactions
Delivery Options Include
Face-to-face delivery: One-day or Two-day sessions
Virtual delivery: 2-hour sessions scheduled as needed on the assignee’s preferred web-meeting platform
The program can also be offered to kids and teens to addresses the foundations of a successful international assignment with a focus on their specific needs.
With instruction and guidance from a certified, experienced Aperian facilitator, Thriving in a New Culture is customized to an individual’s specific questions, needs, and challenges.