The need for acquiring competencies in intercultural management arises from the heterogeneous environment (VUCA) in which we live and operate. Cultural differences do not only play a role for multinational companies. Interaction between members of different cultures goes hand in hand with intercultural communication. When cultural differences are perceived as enrichment and combined with each other, this has a positive effect on the success of you and your company. Intercultural management takes this into account.
Part I: Foundations of cross-cultural Management
Part II: cross-cultural Management and Leadership in a VUCA world
Part III: Intercultural Communication Processes and Applications
Dr. Kathrin Cornelius’ passion is to inspire (and accompany) organizations as they transform their culture to include a healthy mindset and successful work-life integration. She is a certified expert in Occupational Safety and Health Management and brings over two decades of international leadership experience. She received her Ph.D. (Freie and Technische Universität of Berlin) in leadership in change environments. Kathrin has an agile, enthusiastic, and empathetic personality, with a deep systemic understanding of management. She combines the latest research and neuroscience with her practical real-world experiences to deliver policies and programs that create measurable impact to the employees’ engagement – and the company’s bottom lines.