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Masterclass on
Cultural Intelligence Innovation
Developing the Skills to Innovate Communicate
and Think Critically in Culturally Diverse Environments
WHY CHOOSE THIS TRAINING COURSE WHAT ARE THE GOALS
This advanced training course is designed to provide By the end of this training course participants will be able to
experienced Leaders and other Professionals with the knowledge
and skills required by their challenging role This training course Describe the fundamentals of innovation
enables your staff to critically explore the skills needed to lead at List the challenges and cultural appropriateness of
a time when the global economy is experiencing an economic innovation
downturn that is having a significant impact on all industries Identify how to generate develop and communicate
and all organisations ideas
Demonstrate advanced skills in critical and creative
Innovation is regarded as the most important leadership thinking
competency in any industry This training course will enable Develop a business model canvas supporting value
participants to perform in a radical mindset push boundaries creation
for themselves and their organisation be agile and adaptive to Develop your ability in working and relating effectively
conditions and outcomes with people from different cultural backgrounds
Understand the limits of your own CI and know how to
Cultural Intelligence CI is the capability to relate and work improve it
effectively across cultures Culture has been one of the key Describe the meaning of each of the five cultural value
competencies in fields ranging from leadership and psychology dimensions
engineering and finance to accounting and marketing The List ways to minimise the barriers to cross cultural
higher your CI the more likely you will experience success communication
working in a diverse globalized world Assess your own work and how to adjust it to apply
The training course includes many practical activities that are
educationally and professionally enriching This training course
will cover the critical competencies necessary in a modern WHO IS THIS TRAINING COURSE FOR
organisation This ten day Masterclass will leave participants
engaged energised and inspired This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals
but will greatly benefit
This training course will feature
All Leaders Managers Supervisors
The techniques and challenges of innovation Human resource HR Professionals
Business model innovation value creation Marketing PR Specialists
What disruptive innovation means to you and your Any professional who needs to develop their skills in
organisation innovation and CI
Practical tools for decision making solving problems
Creative and critical thinking skills for Leadership
An understanding of all the major areas of culture HOW WILL THIS TRAINING COURSE
How to improve your CI BE PRESENTED
Understanding how to improve your cross cultural
communication This training course will utilise a variety of proven adult learning
Best practice in expatriate and diversity management techniques to ensure maximum understanding comprehension
Cross Cultural Negotiation and retention of the information presented This course will be
offered in a culturally sensitive way
The course is very participatory and experiential It involves a
lot of skill practice in a group setting Training methodology
includes individual and group activities will intersperse the
sessions A variety of practical sessions topical case studies
and group interaction are programmed into this course
Copex Masterclass on Cultural Intelligence Innovation
The Course Content
MODULE 01 THE COMPLETE COURSE IN CULTURAL
INTELLIGENCE CI
Day One The Psychology and Meaning of Culture
THE STRUCTURE Where culture comes from and why it matters
Understanding globalisation
This comprehensive training
Your own cultural map
course consists of two
The seven levels of culture national workplace gender age regional
modules which can be
religious occupation
booked as a 10 Day Training
event or as individual 5 Day The Hofstede five cultural value dimensions
Module 1 The Complete Day Two Communicating Across Cultures
Course in Cultural
Intelligence CI Why communication differences and barriers occur
How to remove barriers to communication
Module 2 Creating a
Stereotypes and stereotyping explored
Culture of Innovation
Non verbal communication body language and culture
Workplace culture and the impact on organisational communication
Day Three Cross Cultural Negotiation
The basics of negotiation with CI
Cultural differences in negotiation
Overestimating and underestimating cultural differences in
negotiation
Negotiation traps to avoid
Developing your cross cultural negotiation skills
Day Four Managing Expatriates and Diversity
International assignments and global career development
Culture shock and global working
International Human Resource issues
The business case for cultural diversity
Nationalisation programmes
Day Five Developing and Maintaining your CI
Developing a global mindset
How to improve your CI
Managing in multi national companies
National culture strategy
Personal Action Planning
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The Course Content
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MODULE 02 CREATING A CULTURE OF INNOVATION
Day Six The Practice of Innovation THE CERTIFICATE
What is innovation and where does it come from Copex Certificate of
Becoming innovative Attendance will be provided
to delegates who attend
Ideas for innovation
and complete the course
The importance of the Business Model for value creation
Developing your Business Model Canvas
Day Seven Disruptive Innovation
Introduction to Disruptive Innovation DI
Disruptive technology or disruptive innovation
Examples of great disruption across multiple industries
Evaluate your ability to be disruptive
Enablers and constraints for DI
Day Eight Benchmarking for Innovation
Principles of benchmarking for innovation
Different Methods of benchmarking and how they relate to each other
How to identify potential benchmarking projects
An overview of the benchmarking process
Running a Successful Benchmarking Project
Day Nine Critical and Creative Thinking
Understanding the power of creativity
Your brain and ideas
Communication skills for ideation
Core critical thinking skills
Argument mapping
Day Ten Culture and Innovation
Understanding the levels of culture
Cultural barriers
What we know about culture and innovation
Creating a workplace culture that supports innovation
Personal action planning
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Masterclass on
Cultural Intelligence Innovation
Developing the Skills to Innovate Communicate
and Think Critically in Culturally Diverse Environments
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