Working in an internationally active institution, politics, foreign policy, NATO or the United Nations or an international business enterprise, then it is important for successful cooperation to have intercultural skills.
For your global cooperation, I offer you to develop or expand your intercultural and management skills, because the best specialist knowledge in an international context is of little use if it is not implemented with reference to intercultural skills
I conduct intercultural field research. My expertise is based on stays of several months in numerous countries with different cultures, so far in 17 different countries on five continents. This enables me to deal intensively with the respective cultural standards, business principles and forms of communication. This has resulted in a deep understanding of intercultural encounters and cooperation. This enables me to use them, among other things, in my offer for you with regard to international relations. My training is based on research in psychology, cross-cultural psychology and research.
As a graduate psychologist, I have been able to gain extensive experience in companies and organizations in more than 20 years. The size of the companies ranges from large industrial companies to medium-sized companies and non-profit companies providing advice.
As a psychologist, with experience as a university lecturer, manager, trainer, mediator, moderator and coach, as well as with many years of experience in international relations, I offer you special skills.
In “Fit for the World” you will find some background information and cultural standards for selected cultures.
…and would like to build and expand your career, move confidently on the international stage, then I offer you the opportunity to develop your intercultural and management skills.
My intercultural and management training is based on your wishes. I will make you a tailor-made proposal based on my practical and scientific teaching experiences, which have proven to be effective and goal-oriented.
Understanding the foreign is central to being successful in international relations. Developing and expanding intercultural competence is your key to success in international relations.
…complex structures and development trends across the international level. The aspects that play a role here are, in addition to politics, foreign policy, international politics, the economy, law and social conditions.
For example, it is important for an international company to find out which sales markets exist for its own products and services with regard to special needs and the economic situation in a country. In addition, legal aspects and the political situation must also be taken into account if the new sales market is to be successful.
The greatest problems of the present are undoubtedly climate change, migration, international security, growing inequality between and within states, the erosion of democratic structures, the increase in populist thinking and the consequences of digitization. All these problems are of a political nature and most of them can only be solved through mutually cooperating international relations. Other problems, such as guaranteeing minimum global standards of health, education and material well-being, are inherently global. Actors in international relations deal with these problems and the associated challenges.