Give your international employees a head start by familiarizing them with Danish work culture. Strengthen cooperation with Danish leaders and colleagues. And maximize your employees’ time in Denmark.
Do you have international employees who are going to live and work in Denmark for a number of years – e.g. leaders, researchers, and technical specialists? Or is there a regular flow of global colleagues at your Danish organization who stay for shorter periods?
Danish cultural training helps your international employees navigate their way through Danish work culture, so they can quickly focus on what they've come to do: to create results with you.
We start by identifying your Danish cultural training needs and then design a programme within the framework that you have set out.
We define the training’s target audience, duration, learning objectives, content, and time and place in close cooperation with you. For example, we can design a three-hour workshop for a group of colleagues from your foreign subsidiary who are visiting Denmark for training purposes. Or we can organize a one-day workshop for your key international employees who will be working in Denmark for several years.
The training is always customized – not just for your organization, but for each and every participant. And we can weave your corporate culture and values into the training too.
Below are some examples of what we can work on.
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