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商務會議

Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Business training program

This course offers an in-depth exploration of Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions, providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of how cultural differences impact global business interactions. It aims to equip professionals with the knowledge to navigate the complexities of cross-cultural communication effectively.

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Learning Objectives

  • To understand the six dimensions of culture defined by Hofstede: Power Distance, Individualism vs. Collectivism, Masculinity vs. Femininity, Uncertainty Avoidance, Long-Term Orientation vs. Short-Term Normative Orientation, and Indulgence vs. Restraint.

  • To apply these cultural dimensions in assessing and improving intercultural interactions within a business context.

  • To develop strategies for enhancing communication and cooperation with partners from diverse cultural backgrounds.

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Target Audience

This course is designed for business professionals, managers, and team leaders who work in international environments or who manage diverse teams across different geographical locations.

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Course Content

  • Introduction to Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

  • Detailed analysis of each dimension and its implications for business practices and workplace interactions

  • Case studies of successful and challenging cross-cultural business scenarios

  • Interactive sessions on applying cultural dimensions to real-life business problems

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Expected Outcomes

  • Improved ability to understand and analyze cultural differences in a business setting

  • Enhanced communication skills tailored to diverse cultural contexts

  • Increased effectiveness in managing international teams and conducting global business negotiations

  • Lectures to introduce each dimension of culture.

  • Real-world case studies illustrating the practical application of cultural theories.

  • Group discussions to facilitate peer learning and exchange of ideas.

  • Multimedia presentations to enhance understanding of complex concepts.

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