What you will learn
Decision Making styles: consensual and top-down/hierarchical
Steps for assessing the Decision Making styles of the counterparts
Decision Making particularities in Europe: France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Greece, Romania, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal
Decision Making examples from IT, BPO and manufacturing industries
As organizations move from local to trans-global enterprise models, they require leaders who can adjust to different environments quickly and work with partners and employees of other cultures. Managers from different cultures tend to have different views of the self, which affects individual’ cognition, goals in social interactions, and consequently influences their behavior and goals in decision making.
The following Cultural training program enhance cultural sensitivity, competence and most importantly eliminate the risk of major miscommunication thus encouraging positive cross-cultural working relationships as well as positive relationships outside of work.
It will provide valued insights into doing business internationally. This will prepare you for exciting international assignment opportunities, will help you improve assignee retention, minimize stereotypes, promote team working and will help to increase the flexibility and responsiveness you need as cross- cultural leader.
The following cultural perspectives will inspire your creativity and drive your innovation. If local market knowledge makes your business more competitive, finding leadership and decision making particularities across Europe will help you secure team cohesion and results and shape your cross-cultural leadership style.
By following this course you will find particularities of major European Cultures:
Italy, Spain, Portugal,
Lithuania, Poland, Hungary
Just an example
Decision Making Process