Cross-Cultural Training 

Training programs facilitate an understanding, appreciation, and strategic approach to cultural differences.

Cultural Mixology Training The Imprint of Culture

“Jamie from Cultural Mixology presented a training seminar on intercultural awareness at our annual program meeting, and not only was the content compelling, but she presented it in a way that felt fresh and relevant. She provided our global team with a framework to openly discuss ideas and challenges, while maximizing the limited time that we had together. Jamie was a thoughtful and highly-prepared speaker, and I hope to have other opportunities to work with her.”

Nancy Raditz, Associate Vice President, Oceans Program Operations, Environmental Defense Fund

The Imprint of Culture

About this training:
From a cultural standpoint, one single event can be interpreted in a multitude of ways. This program helps participants understand how their own experiences shape their beliefs, inform their assumptions, and steer their decisions to better manage in environments where there are many unwritten rules. It is a highly interactive, experiential, and customized way of learning practical applications of cultural frameworks and differences.

Who is the target audience?
This program is appropriate for groups who live, work, or study in a multicultural environment.

What results can you expect?
While each cultural training program is customized based on the organization’s needs, The Imprint of Culture is designed to help participants develop cultural competence by:

  • Raising their awareness about general cultural patterns.
  • Opening a team discussion about cultural diversity within an organization.
  • Identifying a range of strategies to navigate cross-cultural interactions.
  • Advancing inclusion on teams.
  • Building trust with stakeholders.

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