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Intercultural facilitation techniques

In May I attended the faciliteringsdagarna in Gothenburg. Two highly interactive and inspiring days with plenary sessions and smaller workshops. All sessions had a link to facilitation and the over 100 participants all had experience with facilitation either in their roles as leaders, project managers, or consultants. The atmosphere was one of sharing and giving … Continue reading

Making corporate learning work

Thinking back to my course earlier this Spring at Hyper Island on Digital Change, I see prove in this article of the European Business Review that the education industry is missing the boat towards the new era. The authors state that corporate learning is just not working as it should, and has not been for … Continue reading

Social media and cultural change

In her blog Hannakaisa Länsisalmi writes few companies actually succeed in turning their informal, social networks into drivers of behavioral and cultural change with success, despite the high rate of “connectedness” via social networks. She describes how individuals who connect people and teams in organizations can drive cultural change. Her five steps how to reach … Continue reading

58 cultural book reviews

For those of you who are not familiar with Dialogin, this is a website who of The Delta Intercultural Academy serving as a global knowledge and learning community on culture, communication and management in international business. It’s open for everyone you just need to register. I highly recommend it for several reasons, one being their … Continue reading