Strengthen your communication and collaboration with Indian colleagues and business partners. Minimize misunderstandings. Maximize value.
Have you outsourced or offshored parts of your business to India? Do you have team or project collaboration with Indian colleagues and suppliers? Or do you have other Indian partners or stakeholders?
Indian cultural training ensures that you get maximum benefit from your India-related activities.
The training is based on your specific issues and gives you practical solutions to the challenges you face – whether you’re brand new to the Indian market, or you have a long history with the country.
We start by identifying your Indian 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. The training (face-to-face or virtual) can be anything from a single half-day workshop to a longer programme of 2-3 full-day modules – depending on the results you want to achieve.
We also offer Indian cultural training as open workshops at your company, so you can create cohesion in your India-related activities across departments, functions and levels.
The training is always customized – not just for your organization, but for each and every participant. Below are some examples of what we can work on.
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