Courses for international organisations

Denmark, Danish culture and Danish work-related culture

This is a course about Danish culture in general, and work-related culture in particular. It is designed for people working for Danish companies in Denmark, and people working with Danish companies as clients or partners. It is a popular course promoting integration and cultural understanding.

How to welcome international employees

A course designed for Danes who will be welcoming and working with international colleagues primarily in Denmark. It is all about similarities and differences, in terms of attitudes and expectations. It is also about getting to know how and when to ask cultural related questions.

Successful and efficient multicultural teams

Gain knowledge about cultural differences and improve daily efficiency, happiness and appreciation of diversity in your organisation. This course is all about becoming aware of differences and similarities in order to make cultural diversity a strength.

Danish and international etiquette, rules and behaviour

Etiquette and behavioural patterns is rooted in culture and traditions but paying attention to "dos and don’ts'" is not conservative or old fashioned, it is important when providing good customer service and responding properly to customer requests.

South- and South East Asia

Understand the South and South East Asian regions, the cultures and differences at a deeper level. Gain knowledge that is not only beneficial but the key to success when doing business in the regions. Do furthermore get to know how they see western countries and Denmark in particular.

Experience makes the difference

More than 20 years of international experience

Any culture has its own ways, views and expectations to others. My strength lies in my ability to understand both your international and your Danish employees and their cultural differences.

What you get are applicable and useful courses presented by someone who has tried it all herself. During my 20 years abroad, I have worked with people from all over the world where it has been necessary to understand other cultures but also to reflect on my own Danish background.

Our own cultural background is often our blind spot as we don’t question why we do things in certain ways. We take behavioural patterns for granted which can create tension when working with other cultures.

Cultural differences within Europe

You don’t have to travel far to experience cultural differences which is very much a topic among European countries. Europeans have very different views on values, hierarchy and how to treat others professionally. People often mention topics such as good leadership, communication and cooperation when discussion cultural differences within Europe.

Employee satisfaction and efficiency can be increased in both face-to-face, and virtual teams, by increasing cross cultural knowledge.

Theory, practice and useful tools

All courses provide the participants with a range of useful tools to be used in their daily work and encounter with foreigners.

Your situation, your stories and your needs are always at the centre of the course. Your experiences are linked to current research and you will be introduced to inspiring models that graphically explain differences and provide answers to what lie behind the differences.