What is cross-cultural training?
Why do I need cross-cultural training?
According to BBC, “the number one predictor of your success in today’s borderless world is not your IQ, not your resume, not even your expertise. It’s your Cultural Intelligence (CQ).”
What is the difference between cultural differences and personality differences?
This is one of the most common questions we get, and it is a very valid concern. The basic difference is that personality is based on a combination of an individual’s genetics, and for the most part, their upbringing. Culture on the other hand, is the shared values and beliefs groups of people hold on to and how those values and beliefs impact the way they behave and the environment they create. Culture can shape an individual’s personality; however, an individual’s personality wouldn’t shape the culture they have grown up in. Cultural groups can be national, generational, ethnic or even organizational.
What are some examples of cultural issues at work?
We write dozens of examples of cultural issues in our blog. Read about them and you may be surprised at how relatable these real-life scenarios are to you. Keep in mind that research shows that culture impact 70% of everything we do on a daily basis at home and in the workplace.
What courses do you offer?
Please CLICK HERE to view all our training programs. Our top two programs are Successfully Living and Working in Malaysia (for Expats) and Working Smart Globally with CQ.
Are all your programs related to culture training?
Yes. We always include a cultural element (related to your target culture) in all of our programs. We do this because we firmly believe that culture is what drives people. Therefore, if you are to achieve success in any aspect of your professional relationships with others, you must understand first, what drives them.
How can I know which program best suits my needs?
How long are your training programs?
We generally offer 1-Day or 2-Day programs. For those with limited time to spare, we offer 2-hour Tea Talks that can be enjoyed over good coffee and yummy cakes or in some other setting preferred by you.
What is the difference between Public Programs and In-House Programs?
Anyone from the public can join our Public Programs which have been scheduled throughout the year. In-House Programs are specifically for organizations that would like a customized session for their staff.
Are you an HRDF certified training provider?
Yes, we are.
What kind of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, bank transfer and cheque payments.
What are your payment terms?
We require a 50% deposit two weeks before training, and the remainder to be paid within 30 days after completion of training.
Who are your existing clients?
Why should I choose Culture Boleh Global Training PLT as a training provider?
We’ve spent 12 years training more than 10,000 individuals all over Malaysia with great results. Our trainers have an intimate knowledge of the cultures they train about and are authorities on the intercultural process. We also only work with trainers and coaches who have gone through the intercultural learning process themselves by living and working outside of their own culture for a minimum of five years. We know what we’re doing, and we do it well.
Contact us today and we will tailor a program to your organization’s needs.