Helping teams and individuals

Nowadays, it is hard to imagine a sector where we don't get in touch with other cultures. Business, schools, public institutions, healthcare, research, politics, sports, travel, non-profit organizations, science - in all these areas our capability to cooperate with other cultures is being tested. Almost every research indicates that employers will pay more and more attention to the cross-cultural competence of their employees and this competence will be required more often during the hiring process.

Most of global leaders understand the impact a culture has on the success or failure of their business and they see the cross-cultural management as one of their top priorities. But what is it that a higher cultural intelligence brings us?



  • Higher cultural adaptability
  • More comfort when facing different working and leadership styles
  • Conscious control of biases during decision-making process
  • More effective negotiation during the meetings with other cultures
  • Easier networking and relationship development abroad
  • Better creative and innovative thinking
  • Sales techniques adapted to the specific culture
  • Higher job performance in cross-cultural settings
  • Lower stress and fatigue while working with other cultures
  • Higher interest in international travels and in cross-cultural cooperation
  • Higher responsibility for building a tolerant society


  • Better understanding of clients from different cultures
  • Higher profit from international deals
  • More effective cost saving linked to foreign trade
  • Faster decision making in cross-cultural settings
  • Smoother expansion to new markets
  • More satisfied international clients
  • Higher success rate of international projects
  • Higher ROI from employees international assignments
  • More effective management of diverse teams
  • Attracting and developing culturally aware talents
  • Company culture based on respect and tolerance