Think Globally, Act Internationally

Whereas until a few years ago it was mainly corporate enterprises that were active on a global scale, many medium-sized and small companies are now doing so as well. They are stepping up their foreign activities, relocating parts of their production abroad, cooperating with foreign partners or setting up global sales systems.

I often receive inquiries such as “Can you also train our employees in France and Spain?” “Do you also train multinational groups”? “Could you adapt our program to our six countries of establishment and implement it there in a culturally appropriate way?” “Can you create a concept on how to successfully implement our quality standards in our worldwide production facilities?”

This has given rise to a new field of action, namely the development and implementation of concepts for cross-border human resources development.

“The ability to act is the most important challenge in international business. With the right cultural framework, differences can be integrated into a strategic action plan at an early stage. This increases the chances of success.”

Topics about International Business

The following offers support for the development and implementation of cross-border measures in the field of international cooperation.

Here is an overview of my services:

Cross-country development programs and trainings

Every employee development concept – even if its basic maxims apply across borders – must have its specific national interpretation.

Together we create cross-national development programs to ensure standardized employee competencies at all company locations. Each one is implemented in a culturally appropriate manner in the specific countries.

  • Qualification programs interculturally aligned with corporate goals and values
  • Cross-border competence development
  • Internationally consistent quality standards
  • Internationalization of sales
  • Cooperation in cross-border teams

Implementation of corporate
programs at home/abroad

I also adapt existing programs to suit each country and implement them in a culturally appropriate way in the desired countries. Examples of implementations:

  • Management Guidelines
  • Strategic Goals
  • Communication Alignment
  • Customer Service
  • Change Adaption
  • Health Promotion Programs
  • Environmental Programs
  • Mission, Vision, Values
  • Quality Standards
  • And more
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