Going Digital in a Multicultural World – Sharing, Experiences & Tips
With Sabine Baerlocher, Arnaud Detourbet, Gunhild Hoenig, Jillaine Farrar, Kimberly VanLandingham, and our special guest speaker: Dirk Dresh I invite you to join SIETAR Switzerland for this webinar & virtual apéro on Friday, April 3rd, 16:00 to 18:00 CET, followed by […]Read more
Presentation skills in English (for non-native speakers): 6 tips to get results
- business communications, business presentations, in English, international communications, presentation skills, presentations, public speaking, training
So you have to give a presentation, in English, but it isn’t your native language. You’re terrified. In this blog, you’ll learn 5 ways to improve your English presentation skills. #1 Choose your words wisely. Create a rough script. You […]Read more
2020 Calendar – Presentation & Public Speaking Training Courses in English
- business communications, business presentations, courses, open enrollment workshops & seminars, presentation skills, presentations, public speaking, training
Present with confidence, clarity and charisma. Presentation Training Switzerland and European Market Link Sàrl offer open-enrollment presentation and public speaking training workshops for business: (1) A 2-day course with a maximum of 5 attendees and (2) A 1-day condensed course […]Read more
Why do some corporations support cross cultural and intercultural training, while others don’t?
Join Kimberly VanLandingham (CEO, trainer and adviser for European Market Link Sàrl), as she presents her research. She explains why some corporate executives are huge supporters of intercultural training, and other aren’t. The research is based on 21 interviews with […]Read more
What’s the difference between cross-cultural, intercultural, and multicultural? And, should we care?
First, there’s a difference. Let’s start with the easy bit — let’s define cultural. Logically, the word cultural is an adjective relating to culture. But how do we define culture? Geert Hofstede calls culture “the software of the mind.” Hans […]Read more