Building Your Intercultural Toolkit

Robert Gibson, author of "Bridge the Culture Gaps" and Jillaine Farrar, Vice-President of SIETAR Switzerland

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Date(s) - 09/12/2021
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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Let’s explore the interculturality puzzle together and bridge the culture gaps!

Being aware of cross-cultural communication differences and similarities is just the first step to removing barriers and helping teams to become more competent communicators locally, globally, and virtually.

In this session we are thrilled to welcome two speakers.

Author and interculturalist Robert Gibson will be joining us to share about his brand new book “Bridge The Culture Gaps:  A toolkit for effective collaboration in the diverse, global workplace”!

Jillaine Farrar, Vice President SIETAR Switzerland, will be providing an overview of some of her favourite intercultural resources and intercultural finds for leading global teams and projects.

This will also be a great time for newcomers to get to know SIETAR Switzerland and its members. Please do join us!

Date:          9 Dec. 2021
Time:         6pm – 7.30pm (CET)
Location:   Online
Cost:          None

Please click here to register.

About the presenters:

Robert Gibson was responsible for intercultural business training for the multinational engineering corporation Siemens for 18 years and has taught at the University of Munich, Ingolstadt School of Management and Bologna Business School. He is a former Vice-President of SIETAR Europa and founding member of SIETAR Deutschland. His publications include over 70 articles for Business Spotlight magazine.

Prof. Jillaine Farrar is vice-president SIETAR Switzerland. In addition to the Canadian and Swiss cultures, she has had the privilege to interact with many cultures thanks to her positions as Co-Head CAS Leading Global Teams and Projects, Head of the Exchange Program, and lecturer in the taught-in-English degree programs at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – School of Business.

 

 

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