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Working internationally always means things are done differently. Develop your global mindset and skill set to confidently collaborate, communicate, negotiate and sell around the world. Take your business or your career to the next level. Become a global player in your field.
Corporate Solutions - Unlock The Potential Of Your Diverse Workforce
Global DISC ™, a multi-award-winning 21st-century assessment and development tool, provides a blueprint to leverage cultural differences and rapidly drive engagement, teamwork, customer service and sales. It turns challenging diversity into an inclusive environment.
With more than 20 years of experience in crosscultural business and our global network of vetted trainers, coaches and consultants, we can provide you with a full-service implementation of Global DISC ™ plus talent, team and leadership development on demand.
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Certification for Trainers, Coaches and HR Professionals
Being a Certified Global DISC™ Practitioner is only the first step. More crucial is to get the most value out of this 21st-century solution, how to plug it into your existing offers so that you can serve your clients in the best possible way. That’s why we are dedicated to help you implement Global DISC ™. Benefit from our marketing support to make your coaching, training or consulting business thrive.
Next available certification dates: 20-22 October, 17-19 November, 26-28 January
The decision to take an overseas career is not one that should be taken lightly. You have to take into consideration your current employment, your spouse’s employment, the living and working conditions in a foreign country, and what you would need to do to actually work there. To successfully plan an overseas career, you should carefully consider all the pros and cons of working abroad.
In this recorded webinar, crossculture2go Coach Renata Urban and her special guest Rose Sager, the Trade Representative at the Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain, provide examples and practical applications of intercultural communication concepts for successfully doing business in the Middle East.