Global Manager Consulting ayuda a las empresas a explotar las diferencias culturales para convertirlas en ventajas competitivas. Les da herramientas a los líderes de equipos multiculturales para generar sinergia entre sus miembros. Entrena a los miembros para aumentar la productividad del equipo. 

NUESTROS SERVICIOS


EQUIPOS MULTICULTURALES
NEGOCIACIÓN Y VENTA EN OTRAS CULTURAS
NEGOCIACIÓN Y VENTA EN OTRAS CULTURAS

NUESTROS CLIENTES


  1. Cámara De Comercio de Medellín
  2. Grupo Éxito
  3. ANDI
  4. Universidad Católica de Pereira
  5. San Vicente Fundación
  6. AGBA
  7. Universidad de La Sabana
  8. Fonterra
  9. FENALCO
  10. Escuela de Ingeniería de Antioquia
  11. China Mining
  12. Orrani
  13. Cámara de Comercio de Bucaramanga
  14. Benedetta
  15. Cámara de Comercio de La Guajira
  16. Esumer
  17. Calle Doce Clínica Odontológica
  18. Universidad Santo Tomás
  19. IABC
  20. Medesalud

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TESTIMONIOS


  1. The Global Cultural Immersion by Global Manager, is an incredible opportunity to become conscious of cultural differences and the chances and challenges we face living in another country. This program will help you understand the culture of a place, making daily life easy and of course making working life better. The behavior of individuals and societies drag a historical context that we know little about, the program helped us to achieve interaction assertively, facilitating our day to day life, the relationships with people and increase the chances of success in our professional projects."
    Juan Esteban Valencia- Project Implementation Manager-Groupe Casino GPA-Sao Paulo, Brasil
  2. On Cultural Misunderstandings: The challenges of international business involve dealing with time zones, languages, cultural differences, protocols, human egos, etc. There are lots of room for misunderstandings. So my advice is to stand back, think before answering. How I resolve them? I always do my best to stay patient, think a lot, if there is nothing positive to say, say nothing. Never take anything personally.
    Caroline Cobo, M.D - Médecins Sans Frontières Canada
  3. As a Canadian living in rural India, cultural clashes are part of daily life. India is a multicultural country with many subcutlures. Some of them more distant to each other than to neighboring countries’ cultures. Adapting and accepting strong religious positions towards medical attention and illness is very, very hard. You may disrespect and offend a person’s values just for suggesting an alternative treatment (understand “alternative treatment” as other but their traditional attention). The beauty of it is mixing something you bring and you know it works with their set of values and religion. When we receive intercultural training before our assignments, it helps a lot. You will not become a local, you will not act as local, but you will be prepared to learn. Training got me out of situations.
    Alejandro Espinal, Managing - Director AF International Miami, USA