You’ll consult with one of our cultural competence experts who works with businesses across the world. They’ll recommend a customized, blended solution of talent development strategies, scalable web-based resources, and face-to-face learning programs adapted for employees around the world.
After recommending strategies, our consulting team develops a robust, actionable program that includes virtual, in-person, and online modules. We focus on mission-critical skills and knowledge for your teams, leaders, and employees.
How do you know you’re improving if you can’t measure your growth? We use a suite of proprietary assessments, such as the Global Team Assessment, to quantify your team’s cultural competence. These assessments turn gut feelings into measurable, reportable metrics.
Through customized cultural competence training, we teach your employees how to be more self-aware and overcome barriers that arise from differences in geography, culture, and language.
Empower your leaders to bring the best out of their teams, no matter where they are. Leading a global team takes insight, agility, and steady application of best practices.
We guide your leaders towards these skills with solutions like:
Whether you work globally with clients or colleagues, trust and respect comes from shared understanding. We support your team with knowledge about different working styles and cultural assumptions and traditions, including:
After we finish your initial cultural awareness training program, we’ll assess where your team’s cultural competence level is and look for opportunities to continue to grow.
Kia Motors transplanted management and company culture from South Korea to Mexico when they opened their sixth vehicle production plant. Aperian Global worked with 400 Kia employees from both South Korea and Mexico to improve team trust, establish cultural understanding, and develop a shared vision.
[The 30-day learning journey] resulted in clearer communication across our global teams, as well as notably fewer style conflicts. This program leads to real behavior change.
— Hal Zabin, Head of Regulatory Medical Device Excellence, BAYER
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