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CQ Middle East

Why do you drink tea all day? Why do you often provoke a conflict when the goal is to reach a consensual agreement at the end? Why do I have to negotiate at the bazaar? How do I show self-restrain, yet intensity and enthusiasm at the same time?

CQ Middle East provides important insights into the Middle East’s various cultural spheres and what factors have shaped the Middle East we see today. Based on the region as a whole, we learn to understand the cultural clashes that can occur when working with colleagues from the Middle East and the Islamic world.

The education is very valuable also for those who work with education and integration of refugees and migrants, and meet people from the Middle East on a day to day basis in their work.

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EXTRACT FROM THE CONTENT

  • CQ
  • Middle East and the Cultural World Map
  • Leadership & relations
  • Communication
  • Middle East business cultural traits
  • Meeting expectations and meeting practices
  • Virtual meetings

The time constraints of the seminar format do not provide for dialogue or reflections, interaction with participants is limited to shorter questions.

Information

Duration:Flexible

Training

EXTRACT FROM THE CONTENT

  • CQ
  • Middle East and the Cultural World Map
  • Leadership & relations
  • Communication
  • Middle East business cultural traits
  • Meeting expectations and meeting practices
  • Virtual meetings
  • Introduction of the Chadberg Scale
  • CQ workshop with case studies

The training can be extended for ½ Day – 1 Day to go deeper into selected areas.

Case studies are tailored to the client’s situation. Time for reflection and discussion.

Information

Duration:½ Day – 1 Day

Participants:4-16

Material:Meeting Sense and additional country-specific materials.

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