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1 Internationalisation Activity 1.0 Intercultural Awareness - Working in the Multicultural Organisation Activity 1.0 Intercultural Awareness - Working in the Multicultural Organisation Shared Individual Activity 2.0 Leadership in the Multicultural Organisation Activity 2.0 Leadership in the Multicultural Organisation Activity 4.0 Effective Presentation Technique in English Activity 4.0 Effective Presentation Technique in English Activity 6.0 2 Hours Introduction on Building Codes, Regulations and National Practices in Scandinavia (a) UK (b) Middle East (c) Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan (d) Baltic Countries (e) China (f) Activity 6.0 2 Hours Introduction on Building Codes, Regulations and National Practices in Scandinavia (a) UK (b) Middle East (c) Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan (d) Baltic Countries (e) China (f) Activity 4.1 Negotiation Technique in English Activity 4.1 Negotiation Technique in English Activity 3.0 Managing Risks in International Contracts Activity 3.0 Managing Risks in International Contracts Activity 5.0 Scandinavian Work Culture Differences & Similarities Activity 5.0 Scandinavian Work Culture Differences & Similarities 1 Day Seminar LeadershipCommunication International Standards ContractsCulture Multiple Days

2 Activity 1.0 Intercultural Awareness - Working in the Multicultural Organisation Purpose & Content The one day workshop is designed to build intercultural awareness and tolerance among the organisations staff members. Working in a multicultural organisation with global clients demands high degrees of cultural flexibility and understanding. To navigate effectively through a variety of values, traditions, customs and relations and to work across continents and borders it is essential that all staff members are culturally self aware and socially intelligent. In the globalized market our business prosperity depends on our ability to interact and work respectfully with team members and successfully match our clients cultural preferences without abandoning our individual cultural heritage. During the workshop you will gain insight into the dynamics of culture, values and stereotyping. You will become aware of the national differences and codes of conduct which govern our daily interaction. The workshop involves a key speaker, group exercises and experiential learning. Participation in the workshop is for everybody and it constitutes the basic framework for the optional modules. Trainer & Facilitator Percepti Global (http://www.percepti.com)http://www.percepti.com Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here…

3 Activity 2.0 Leadership in the Multicultural Organisation Purpose & Content What are the essential skills and abilities needed to create and manage a high performing multicultural team? This seminar is constructed to give you key insight into the dynamics of multicultural management. During this seminar concepts like diversity, group dynamics and culture will be explained and you will learn how to set up, manage and develop diverse teams or groups effectively. Participants will learn how to use feedback and effective communication as paramount drivers to ensure motivation and commitment and achieve a solid understanding of self as a motivator and positive influence. The art of inclusion and living the organizational culture in ways that support walk the talk mentality is part of shaping an effective team Leaders will understand how communication needs to embrace individual, organizational and national culture. This seminar will increase your constructive communication through better listening and clarifying the core message within a motivational dialogue. You shall also learn to create a team charter, manage, diversity, identify appropriate behavior to manage competence and commitment, perform inclusive communication for a diverse population and motivate and retain commitment throughout the duration of a project. Trainer & Facilitator Percepti Global (http://www.percepti.com)?http://www.percepti.com Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here… Who should participate? This seminar is primarily relevant for project architects, projects managers, managers, team leaders, lead designers and other staff members with leadership responsibilities or management aspirations. Staff members leading smaller groups will also benefit from participation.

4 Activity 4.0 Effective Presentation Technique in English Purpose & Content Can you excite an audience? Do you know how to convey a message that sticks and creates the effects you desire? A great presentation is memorable and the audience is able to recall the content and key learning points long after the presentation took place. To deliver a good presentation which stimulates your audience there are fundamental rules to follow. First you must summarise the core meaning which you need to convey, construct the message in memorable fashion, time the presentation, ensure continuity in the narration, show care for the audience and avoid presenter centrism, use technology and presentation media correctly, control appearance and body language, adjust tone of voice and match your audience and project emotional intelligence and confidence…Intrigued? If so, you should consider joining this workshop which allows you to familiarise yourself with the most determinant factors of presentation techniques. Trainer & Facilitator Percepti Global (http://www.percepti.com)http://www.percepti.com Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here… Who should participate? This seminar is relevant for all who need to improve their presentation skills whether presenting for small groups, clients, colleagues or larger audiences… Maximum participants pr. seminar: 12

5 Activity 4.1 Negotiation Technique in English Purpose & Content The ability to reach an agreement through respectful negotiation is an art form. A good negotiation is characterised by mutual respect, compromise, non- aggressive behaviour, low degree of frustration and collective goal achievement. The ability of a person to motivate and influence the customer or the supplier is crucial to success in any commercial or professional situation. Negotiation has not become any easier! Customers and suppliers are becoming increasingly more demanding and focused and consequently end up taking control determining both price and delivery terms. Living Negotiations in a Global Context is about equipping you to stay a step ahead of clients and cooperators at all times and to stay in complete control of the process. Todays negotiators are focused on long term relationships which requires a win-win approach. Negotiation is thus defined as an influence process motivating others positively to follow through on the agreement. Among skills you will learn how to prepare for a negotiation effectively and efficiently; structure for executing the negotiation, enhance communication skills such as questioning technique and listening; create results and managing relations strategically and work with the challenges and dynamics of negotiating cross-culturally. Trainer & Facilitator Percepti Global (http://www.percepti.com)http://www.percepti.com Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here… Who should participate? The seminar is relevant for all who engage in negotiations or cooperate with external clients or need to prepare themselves for such roles.

6 Activity 3.0 Managing Risks in International Contracts Purpose & Content The seminar will perform an in-depth analysis of the legal and contractual issues needed to administer international contracts and focus on managing potential risks. During the seminar you will be presented with the typical pitfalls and contractual aspects which can obstruct the realisation of ambitious construction projects in our international practice. The trainers will focus on FIDIC and other international contract standards and provide you with knowledge, models and tools to contain damaging risks and familiarise yourself with assessment procedures. During this seminar you will update your knowledge of essential elements when working with international contracts and you will touch on essential elements like country specific requirements and legislative restrictions in contracts, financial and commercial requirements, contractor and subcontractor agreements, international trade law, planning regulations, copyrights and royalty management, fee recovery and other issues. The course will inform you on the most critical elements of international contracts and provide your with procedures to administer financial and legal issues pertaining to contract management. Trainer & Facilitator Nael Bunni Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here… Who should participate? Architects, architectural technologists, architectural technicians, project architects, project managers, contract managers, lead designers or others who would need to prepare for upcoming international projects

7 Activity 5.0 Scandinavian Work Culture Differences & Similarities Purpose & Content The Nordic countries share a long and common history of commerce, wars, kingdoms and legacies that connect us to a shared background of traditions. In many aspects we consider ourselves similar but below the surface we differ – immensely. When we assume and exercise unconscious incompetence we can create misunderstandings that can handicap projects and long term cooperation. We will map the differences as well as discuss the strengths this can bring to the outcome. This seminar will give you valuable insight into the cultural differences which can heavily affect a prosperous cooperation between members of the Nordic countries. You will learn what is important for each nationality and how to spot national preferences when working in the Nordic region. The seminar will explore how to participate in building a working culture characterized by inclusion and void of them versus us attitudes. On this seminar you increase tolerance and self awareness and learn intentional inclusive communications and actions. Learn to be descriptive versus evaluative Gain insight into own ability to accept Scandinavian differences and diversity and understand impact on performance and the variety of decision making processes. Scandinavian cultural similarities and differences will be illustrated through the participants experiences as well as through cases and examples. Trainer & Facilitator Percepti Global (http://www.percepti.com)http://www.percepti.com Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here… Who should participate? This seminar appeals directly to all staff members working with Nordic clients on Nordic projects, but all-non Danish staff members will also benefit from this learning event in order to accustom themselves with cultural Nordic cooperation challenges.

8 Activity 6.0 International Standards Purpose & Content This seminar will update your knowledge about key elements in the building codes and national regulations on some of our current markets. In our continuous internationalisation we need to familiarise ourselves with normative standards, typical work flows, national requirements or special conditions which could significantly impact how we create our project designs, generate aesthetic ideas and finally realise our projects. These seminars will provide basic introductions to the central elements which could aid project realisation both in project development and project management. We work in a multicultural organisation and with more than 15 different nationalities we can use our in-house expertise for ongoing knowledge sharing. One of your colleagues will give you a two hour introduction to one of the countries special conditions via video link. The activity takes place after work and will give you an opportunity to familiarise yourself with the national requirements of your colleagues countries. a) Scandinavia b) UK c) Middle East d) Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan e) Baltic Countries f) China Trainer & Facilitator shl specialists and external consultants Date, Time & Venue: TBC Back to Start Click here… Who should participate? Anyone who is interested in getting more knowledge on building codes and differences between the countries standards. Architects working with concept development will benefit from these sessions.


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