In intercultural training and coaching, we often work with clients who want to increase their self-confidence and market value. We help them to better promote themselves, better communicate their achievements and to ask for adequate compensation for products and services. In this process, awareness of the personal value system and a sound sense of self-worth are key success factors.
This Culture Pop–Up presents a platform to brainstorm and to exchange ideas on working with and around values, extending the discussion to include an intercultural perspective. What are the cultural aspects that have an influence on self-esteem and self-worth? How do values shift when a person is entering a new cultural environment?
I look forward to an interesting and lively discussion while sharing a drink or glass of wine! This will be an Apero-style event, with snacks and drinks. Non-members are welcome but members will be given preference. We kindly ask you to contribute towards the snacks.
Date: Wednesday, 29 July 2015
7 PM to 9 PM: Location will be communicated to RSVP’s only but is close to Zug and Lucerne.
Please RSVP by Friday, 24 July 2015 directly to Anke Berning.
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SIETAR AUSTRIA invites us to this event:
Wednesday, July 1st 2015
Door open at 6.00 pm
Begin 6.30 pm
App. 8 pm Networking
Cracks in the Glass Ceiling: A closer look at Women, Islam and Middle East
Although the Middle East is resource rich and has a young and growing population, it suffers mis-management, high unemployment and gender/ skill imbalance. There are limited opportunities for women, even though many are, as, if not better, educated than their male counterparts. In light of continued and on-going challenges in the Islamic world, this presentation examines the role of Islam and women in the Middle East, explores misperceptions and realities and questions glass ceiling effects in the MENA region and Europe.
Spoken language: English
Atieh International Group
Pari Namazie , PhD, is an experienced HR/OD consultant/ facilitator. Her work focuses on the Middle East and North Africa region, working with organisations, teams and individuals to improve communication, foster understanding and raise awareness towards a much misunderstood region.
Expat Center Vienna
by Marianna Pogosyan
On one of the warmest inaugural days of the spring, a roomful of eager faces gathered in Bern from all over Switzerland to witness an important first in the life of SIETAR Switzerland – the first ever AGM (Annual General Meeting).
As with all firsts, the evening was full of poignancy and excitement. The legal protocol took center stage. There was the president’s speech, the passing of motions, the approval of financial statements and annual reports, and the election of the president, the board and the auditors. But perhaps the real momentousness of the evening was reserved to the rewarding culmination of the behind-the-scenes efforts of the past seven months.
To be present along with the other members for the first AGM, to witness the deepening of existing networks and the birth of new connections on this new platform of SIETAR Switzerland, ushered a palpable anticipation for the countless nexts that will follow this first.
During the panel discussion that proceeded the AGM, four experts weighed in on the topic of why we need intercultural competence in a multicultural Switzerland from different perspectives. Lamia Ben Hamida explained the importance of the cultural dimension in knowledge transfer in multinational organizations. Michael Büchi described the migration patterns that have made Switzerland multicultural. Alain Max Guénette spoke about intercultural management, while Petra Bourkia informed the audience about the multicultural challenges of nursing and healthcare in Switzerland.
The evening of the first AGM of SIETAR Switzerland was in itself an invitation for collaboration and to continue the dialogue on culture and its encompassing role in the Swiss society. As Dr. Christa Uehlinger, the president mentioned, there is plenty to look forward to as we work alongside our members to grow SIETAR Switzerland together, not only for the good of society and professional merits, but also for our own personal enrichment.
Gemeinsam mit der neu gegründeten SIETAR Schweiz lud SIETAR Austria zu einem ersten alpinen interkulturellen Workshop.
Sechs TrainerInnen aus 5 Ländern stellten innovative Methoden des interkulturellen Trainings vor.
Ziel war, neue Ansätze aufzuzeigen, denn ein gutes Training zeichnet sich durch Methodenvielfalt aus und spricht verschiedene Lerntypen an. 40 Personen nahmen teil und diskutierten intensiv. Hier einige Eindrücke von den Methoden und beteiligten Trainerinnen.
SIETAR Switzerland was officially founded as an association in Berne on 6 September 2014. We are currently waiting for the recognition of our association from SIETAR Europa.
Our first annual member’s meeting will be held in March 2015. If you have any questions please email us via email@example.com.
– 5 January 2015