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2 May 2019
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12 Tips for Success When Working with
Multicultural Remote Workers
Virtual teams
You can’t beat face-to-face contact for furthering cross-cultural relationships. But sometimes it’s not always available. All over the world, the only, or the main contact people have with their remote co-workers is by conference call, or email. While technology is a wonderful thing, if this is the only method of communication you have, vital nuances can be lost in conversation, leading to the breakdown in relationships or even the failure of projects.

Click below to read our latest article which provides 12 tips on how to work and communicate with colleagues across cultures and virtual technologies.

Leveraging Cultural Differences at Novartis
Novartis approached us to support the upskilling of their increasingly multi-cultural workforce.

A flatter more virtual operation had led to a change in the nature of inter-personal relationships with new skills needed in order to manage, lead and work globally.

In this environment, effective collaboration is critical. Of paramount importance is the need to develop effective global communication skills in order to navigate the added complexity of changing reporting lines and multicultural team working.

Click below to read our approach to overcoming this development challenge.

Ebook series
By Terence Brake

As part of our ongoing commitment to the development of borderless working strategies, Terence Brake, our Head of Learning and Innovation, has written a series of insightful books.

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