Participants evaluate us

Anonymous evaluations Participants are kindly asked to anonymously evaluate our approach, methods and case-studies discussed in our workshops which we always keep small (maximum 14 people). Here is the total feedback of one of our latest workshop:   Find out more about our upcoming Workshop?

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Mind the Gap

The intercultural workshop for both expats and Dutch natives Dutch read: Master the  Hidden  ‘Other’ Culture 

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Cross-border offers of ‘words’

 Offer to your ‘distant’ counterpart in the other country just 2 words of ‘your’ language! Is what we  asked in one of our recent cross-national comparative survey. Just to conclude our participants’s responses with a kind gesture! For example, we have asked employees of a large Telecommunication company in the Netherlands to offer two Dutch words to […]

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Our cross-national findings in SIETAR Congress 2017

Katerina Pouliasi presented at SIETAR Europe Congress 2017 I was honored and proud to present our unique cultural priming techniques, we use in our surveys, to identify which invisible factors contribute to satisfaction in cross-national partnerships. The title of our paper was:

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Trainee Rebeka Rotter

Rebeka is a curious, ambitious and devoted mental health professional educated in the field of Clinical Psychology, with a strong interest in research and cultural psychology. Born and raised in a bilingual and bicultural Romanian-Hungarian family shifting between cultures became her second nature. Her passion for people and travelling brought her close to a variety of […]

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Archived

Vacancy: Trainee in our cross-cultural competence project This vacancy announcement will be open from 2/09/2016 to 08/09/2016. We are looking for a student or a young professional with experience or proven affinity with cross-cultural differences to assist in the implementation of our project: From ‘I’ / ‘They’ towards ‘We’: the inter-cultural challenge Present-day cross-national partnerships realize […]

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