Melibee Global: Culture 101
Date: October 8, 2015

We live and work across cultures on a daily basis, but what IS culture?  If you are curious to learn more about the basics of cultural theory and how it has changed over time, this webinar is for you.

The Details

In this 90 minute session, join trainer and coach Jamie Gelbtuch, Founder of Cultural Mixology as she introduces the concept of culture, how we teach and understand it today, reviews how some methods have changed over time,  and offers some of the “big names” in cultural theory. We’ll look at a couple of specific intercultural tools so that you can consider how they can be applied to work and life scenarios. We will allow plenty of time for Q&A too. This session also includes a resource guide of recommended reading. This session will be interactive, so plan for an informative and exciting 90 minutes!


October 8, 2015 at 1 pm ET (it will be recorded in case you cannot make it live)





This is ideal for…

  • Anyone who wants to better understand cultural theory
  • UG and Graduate students
  • College administrators, especially those in multicultural affairs, international students/scholars and study abroad
  • Travelers and travel writers
  • Those who lead groups abroad
  • Anyone working across cultures
  • Anyone who has studied or spent time abroad
  • Job seekers who need to explain culture in a more descriptive manner
  • A lunch and learn for your team


What past attendees have said…

“Jamie’s presentation was top notch.” – B.M, Finland

“Great webinar!  This helped me to reflect on my own style of communication and how I interact with those around me in all facets of life, from the workplace, to travel, to inter-personal relationships. This webinar inspires me to learn more about cultural theory. The presentation had a wonderful flow and organization, mix of visuals and text, and was very easy to follow. Jamie spoke clearly and at a good pace.” – E. F., USA

“A lot of information in a small amount of time. Deep enough to keep it interesting.” – Y.K., The Netherlands