Glass Ladder Group's training programs prepare individuals across sectors to recognize and manage cultural nuances, leading to organizational, personal and professional advancement. These programs provide 'hands-on' experience grounded in research-based, organizational and cross-cultural competencies that improve approaches to communication and collaboration for individuals working in a global context.
 

Cross-cultural BUSINESS COMMUNICATION TRAINING

As societies have become more globalized it is critical that organizations work across national borders. Due to cultural difference business is often conducted very differently from nation to nation. These trainings help to address inherent communication challenges.

Examples of these types of training include:

  • Cross-Cultural Understanding in Multinational Teams
  • Successful Management, Negotiation and Promotional Planning in Intercultural Environments
  • Building Global Competencies in the next generation of leaders
  • Working in Virtual Teams
  • Business Communication
  • "Doing Business with..."

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

As organizations begin to recognize the necessity for, and advantages of having a more diverse and representative staff the need for trainings that help them to diversify and properly integrate has become greater. These trainings are critical to ensuring that diversity functions as an advantage instead of a barrier to success. 

Examples of these types of trainings include:

  • Inclusive Diversity and Inclusion Talent Management
  • Developing Diversity and Inclusions Initiatives
  • Using Human Centered Design to Accelerate Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan and Adoption
  • Women, Minorities and LGBTQ in the workplace


GENERAL & CULTURE SPECIFIC TRAINING

General and culture-specific training programs help to increase the knowledge and skills needed to adjust to a new culture or communicate more effectively with others from a different culture. These trainings increase awareness of individual cultural assumptions and behaviors and develop an understanding of how values, attitudes and behaviors impact daily life. 

Examples of these kinds of trainings include:

  • Understanding Culture
  • Working Across Generations
  • Networking in a Multi-Cultural World
  • Social Networking Across Cultures
  • Creative Arts and Intercultural Conflict Resolution
  • Building Mediator Capacity in Multicultural Context
  • Training of Intercultural Trainers
  • Gaming Simulations and Experiential Exercises for Intercultural Training
  • "Interacting with..."

RELOCATION

Relocations trainings help to decrease the severity of culture shock and reverse-culture shock for those who are moving into a new culture or returning to their home culture after an extended time away.

Examples of these types of trainings include:

  • Pre-Departure
  • Post-Arrival
  • Re-Entry/Repatriation