Every intercultural programme, no matter if training or coaching is tailored to your specific needs and you are the co-author of the content and the experimental part as you shape them with your questions, experiences and curiosity.

It is important to remember that the intercultural competence development involves recognition of similarities and differences, however this cognitive aspect is just one of the first steps.


After identifying the chances and synergy potentials as well as challenges in the communication across cultures there is time to focus on navigating towards differing thinking patterns and communication styles. There also is time to find strategies on how to cope with various approaches towards time perception, leadership understanding and trust building. There is time for story sharing, which involves storytelling and storylistening, so that openness towards people with different cultural roots and experiences can emerge. Self-reflection and practicing perspective change in role-plays as well as experiences exchange are the important parts of this phase.