Erin Meyer


Breaking through the invisible boundaries of global business

ONE DAY SEMINAR | ترجمة فورية


9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Seminar Overview

This seminar offers a highly practical and timely perspective on one of today’s most pressing business issues: how do different cultures influence the way to do business when working globally?

It provides a new way forward with vital insights for working effectively with one’s counterparts in the new global marketplace building a more cohesive and successful team: one that will work together to bridge gaps, transform differences into assets, and ultimately grow your business.

What You Will Learn

Gain a more open outlook
Improve your communication across different cultures.

Lead across cultures
Motivate and Manage performance of team members from a variety of regions worldwide

Negotiate better deals
Increase your ability to build trust and negotiate effectively with collaborators from other countries

Create more influence across borders
Build the confidence to influence clients, suppliers and colleagues from a variety of countries

Enhance your ability to adapt
Benchmark your individual management style against preferences from around the world – and learn to adapt accordingly

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Erin Meyer

Author of The Culture Map: Breaking through the Invisible Boundaries of Global Business

Professor at INSEAD: one of the world’s leading international business schools

Her work focuses on how the world’s most successful global leaders navigate the complexities of cultural differences in a multi-cultural environment

Worked in Africa, Europe, and the United States to study the communication patterns and business systems of different parts of the world

Taught thousands of executives from five continents to decode how cultural differences are impacting their work, and strategies for improving their international collaboration, and compare their methods to the management styles of other cultures

Publishes in Harvard Business Review, New York Times Sunday paper,, and The Times of India

She has been interviewed on CNN, Bloomberg TV, the BBC, and NPR

Won the 2015 Thinkers50 “On the Radar” award as an up-and-coming thinker most likely to shape the future of business and business thinking

Selected by HR magazine as one of the top 30 HR influencers of 2016