The dynamic of international cooperation places special demands on managers. Systematically develop these intercultural management skills with sensitization training, country-specific seminars, and individual coaching.
Cultural reflective coaching is particularly suitable for managers; this method reflects on problematic intercultural situations and develops concrete solution strategies. The coach facilitates this process by asking questions and providing valuable input and feedback. The coaching process integrates various different cultural perspectives and allows participants to develop a better understanding for the values, attitudes, and behaviors of colleagues from other cultures. This in turn enables conflicts to be resolved more quickly and better management decisions to be made in an international context.