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Cultural Competence Advantage

Updated: Mar 27

Dates:  Tuesday May 28 – Friday May 31, 2024

Time:  9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Location:  Houstonian Club 111 N. Post Oak Ln Houston, Texas

Refreshments and lunch provided each day.

Opportunities to network throughout the week.


Who Should Attend:

Professionals in HR, Sales; Marketing, Procurement, Operations, Field Service and

Executive Leadership, Investment professionals, Lawyers, Travel Agents and anyone

leading diverse teams in a global environment.

Professionals in the consulting, training, coaching, language coaches and interpreters


Training will empower executives with the insights and skills needed to thrive in diverse

business environments with our cross-cultural training program, based on the renowned

Richard Lewis model.

Why It Matters:

  • Studies show that organizations with culturally competent leaders experience 24% higher profitability.

  • Research indicates that 86% of executives cite cultural sensitivity as crucial for global business success.

  • According to surveys, 70% of international ventures fail due to cultural misunderstandings, emphasizing the importance of cross-cultural training.

Key Descriptions:

  1. Our cross-cultural training program, based on the Richard Lewis model, offers a comprehensive understanding of cultural dimensions such as linear-active, multi-active, and reactive, enabling executives to adapt their leadership approach to diverse contexts.

  2. Participants will experience a transformative journey in global leadership, where you will gain actionable strategies to bridge cultural gaps, build trust, and enhance communication across borders.

  3. Participants will gain practical tools to decode cultural cues, navigate negotiations, and cultivate inclusive work environments, driving collaboration and innovation.

Key Features:

  • An immersive workshop led by expert facilitators, integrating real-life case studies and interactive simulations to deepen understanding and application of the Richard Lewis model.

  • Customized training modules tailored to the specific needs and challenges of your organization, ensuring relevance and maximum impact in cross-cultural contexts. When registering you will have the opportunity to provide specific cross-cultural or communication challenges you may be facing.

  • Post-training support and resources, including ongoing coaching and access to a wealth of cultural insights and best practices derived from the Richard Lewis model, to sustain learning and implementation.

Personalized Culture Profile:

Each participant will receive their own unique cultural profile with our personalized

assessment. You will gain invaluable insights into your cultural preferences, communication

styles, and leadership tendencies.

  1. Tailored Insights: Receive a comprehensive analysis of your cultural orientation, presented in a personalized report that highlights strengths and areas for development. Our expert facilitators will guide you through interpreting your profile and applying it to real-world scenarios.

  2. Individualized Strategies: Discover strategies to leverage your cultural strengths and adapt your approach in multicultural settings. Your personalized culture profile serves as a roadmap for enhancing communication effectiveness and achieving your professional goals.

  3. Self-Awareness Empowerment: Empower yourself with a deep understanding of how your cultural background influences your interactions and decision-making. Our personalized culture profile fosters self-awareness, enabling you to navigate cultural differences with confidence and empathy.

  4. Continuous Development: Your personalized culture profile isn't just a one-time assessment – it's a tool for continuous growth. Access resources and ongoing support to refine your cross-cultural competencies and excel as a global leader.



$2,500 per person, group rates offered with discount based upon the size of the group.

Seats are limited to sixteen (16).

Feel free to contact Irina or Bill should you have any questions…

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