Intercultural Management

A Case-Based Approach to Achieving Complementarity and Synergy.
Edited by Christoph Barmeyer and Peter Franklin

The Mindful International Manager

How to Work Effectively across Cultures.
By Jeremy Comfort and Peter Franklin
Read a review

Intercultural Interaction

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Intercultural Communication.
By Helen Spencer-Oatey and Peter Franklin
Read a review

Now also available in China with an introduction in Chinese

Find out more here

Opinion poll

There is no active opinion poll at the moment.

Richard Lewis Communications Train the Trainer dates Spring 2016

In addition to 15-18 March, we are now running a course from 24-27 May.

published: 02.03.2016

Become a Licensed Trainer Partner with Richard Lewis Communications January 2016

Teaching cross-cultural competence (TCC) with the Lewis Model.

published: 23.11.2015

More dates for Lewis Model Training

Two more opportunities to attend Richard Lewis Communications' CrossCulture train the trainer courses.

published: 23.11.2015

Training courses for intercultural trainers at LTS in Bath, UK in 2016

In 2016, LTS Training and Consulting in Bath will be running more sessions of our two highly successful courses for trainers, ‘Developing intercultural training skills', and the more advanced course, ‘Designing and delivering intercultural training’. Both courses will take place at our new training premises in the centre of Bath.

published: 01.11.2015

Doing business in Guatemala

"Guatemalans pride themselves on their cooperative nature and ability to work well on teams. If you are managing Guatemalans, you may find that they will claim to understand instructions even when they do not in order to protect their honour and preserve their dignity", writes the Kwintessential guide on intercultural management.

published: 01.11.2015

Doing business in Vietnam

"In (Vietnamese) business it is important that you treat people with respect and deference at all times as this saves face. Public criticism or displaying anger causes a loss of face and may jeopardize future business relationships", writes the Kwintessential guide on intercultural management.

published: 01.11.2015

CrossCulture – Richard Lewis Communications’ new brand for its cultural division

Richard Lewis Communications (RLC) has been a sponsor of dialogin for some years, and many of you will know of the Lewis Model of Culture. Richard has spoken at a couple of dialogin’s bi-annual conferences in Konstanz.

published: 11.06.2015

Doing business in France

"For effective cross-cultural management it is important to remember that hierarchy is part of the French business culture" writes Kwintessential.

published: 03.05.2015

"Living and Working in Guinea" cultural trainer

Communicaid, a leading language and intercultural training consultancy is looking for a qualified cross-cultural trainer.

published: 26.04.2016

Cross cultural trainer wanted

Communicaid is looking for a trainer to deliver a one day training on "living and working in Mali" to one of our professional clients.

published: 26.04.2016

Intercultural trainer for Myanmar

Communicaid is currently looking for an intercultural trainer in Yangon to deliver a “living and working in Myanmar” program to one of our clients.

published: 26.04.2016

Cross-Cultural Trainer - Nairobi, Kenya

We are looking for you!

published: 31.01.2016

Management across Cultures: developing global competencies
by R. M. Steers, L. Nardon & C. J. Sanchez-Runde

A review by Roger Bell, Spain & Great Britain

This is a weighty book of 442 pages that adopts a conventional approach to issues in cross-cultural management; it has a marked didactic tone. The authors have excellent credentials and considerable combined experience.

published: 01.11.2015

Intercultural Communication for Everyday Life
by John R. Baldwin, Robin R. Means Coleman, A. Gonzalez & S. Shenoy-Packer

A review by Katrin Volt , Estonia & France

The authors of this book have subtitled the volume for Everyday Life since they see culture as the result of how we shape reality and identity.

published: 01.11.2015

Managing Cultural Differences, 9th Edition
by Moran, Robert T., Neil Remington Abramson & Sarah V. Moran

A review by dialogin member George Simons , USA & France

Once commonly described as “the Bible of Intercultural Studies”, this classic work has once again been refreshed and updated to provide a new generation of learners with a beginner’s vademecum for the global business world.

published: 03.05.2015

The Inclusion Imperative: How Real Business Inclusion Creates Better Business and Builds Better Societies
by Stephen Frost

A review by dialogin member Katrin Volt , Estonia & France

What does real inclusion really mean and how to include it in business?

published: 03.05.2015

A Status Report on the Intercultural Profession
by Susan Salzbrenner, Tanja Schulze & Anja Franz

An important contribution to knowledge about interculturalists, who they are and what they do.

published: 22.03.2015

Intercultural Competencies Needed by Global CEOs
by Barbara Gibson

The world of international business has changed dramatically in the past two decades, shifting from being the exclusive realm of giant multinational corporations to a wide-open marketplace for companies of all sizes and stages of maturity. Although there is growing recognition that Chief Executive Officers need international experience, little is known about which intercultural competencies are needed at the top.

published: 25.01.2015