(This workshop has been blind reviewed by the 2019 SIETAR Europa committee. We were extremely honoured to hear that both reviewers evaluated the workshop as ‘excellent’ See evaluations below) The workshop was presented in the 2019 SIETAR Europa Congress Track 4: Education and Intercultural Professions – Recent research and other critical developments on the 30th […]
What issues could arise in a North-South European co-operation? Think critically, go through our cultural simulations to, Embody what in the other culture works One needs to feel the other culture in action rather than listen to theories or advice. Participants (when feasible with diverse cultural background) work in groups with straightforward exercises that make […]
A series of workshops designed for expats in the Netherlands! A complete introduction to the most important differences in beliefs and values between cultures. The Dutch culture serves as reference culture.
For culturally mixed participants. People from different cultures have different and even conflicting expectations of their relationships. Also boundaries between personal and professional life, compared cross-culturally, are neither self-evident nor similar. Yet, in present-day multicultural Western societies dealing with individuals with an ‘other’ cultural background is inevitable, whether within our own family, at work, in our […]
We possess the scientific expertise and the experience to identify influence of culture(s) within individuals on how the feel, think and behave and, as a consequence, on how the spontaneously behave in private relationships, in a group’s context or in larger organisations. We use thoughtfully selected case-studies from our everyday life and put participants in the shoes of the protagonist of the story […]
For culturally mixed participants. The question addressed in this workshop is: does life in the Netherlands disturb your ‘default’ self-understanding and if so, how does this affect your self-confidence and well-being state? If you come from ‘another’ culture you may have different and even conflicting expectations of your relationships compared to those Dutch have.