training: Dealing with the Dutch

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Dealing with the Dutch

You are a professional in your work, received your credits abroad and accepted a job in the Netherlands. In your current job you need to work together with Dutch people who have traveled all over the world. They are proud to be open-minded and direct in their communication. In this course you will learn to understand the Dutch better, which in turn, will facilitate a supportive professional working relationship.

Perhaps you perceive some of the Dutch as having a fixed mindset, stubborn and blunt? What is it about this behavior that can sometimes trigger you? Is it them or you? And if you know, what are the actions you could take that would facilitate doing business more successfully? Concomitantly, where is it probably safe to stick to your own way of working?

You already know that successful integration and doing business is a two-way street. You therefore are willing to reflect on your personal mindset and behavior, as well as trying to understand the Dutch better. You would like to receive tips and tools to enrich your style of communication for working in the Netherlands.

How to be yourself and deal with the Dutch?

As a result of this module you will:

Better understand the Dutch culture and why they do what they do
Appreciate and benefit from the differences between cultures more
Become aware of potential personal triggers in working with the Dutch and how to deal them
Become better equipped to deal with some dominant aspects of behavior in the Dutch business culture

"Deze cursus heeft heel veel impact op me gehad en me gelopen een paar 'losse eindjes' te vinden. Mogelijk zullen deze eindjes voor een deel altijd los blijven, maar het inzicht erin heeft me enorm geholpen, zowel professioneel als privé. Oprecht heel veel dank daarvoor."

DocentAle Riedstra
Cursusdata 8 april
27 mei
Locatieregio Amersfoort / Apeldoorn
Prijs€ 600 excl. btw

Bedoeld voor:
Zowel professionals als hun leidinggevenden.

Opzet:
Twee modules van twee dagen, met avondprogramma in module 1.

LMS verzorgt de individuele leiderschapstrainingen in samenwerking met PAOTM (Post Academisch Onderwijs Techniek en Management).

Deelnemers beoordelen dit programma met een 8.0

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Dealing with the Dutch

You are a professional in your work, received your credits abroad and accepted a job in the Netherlands. In your current job you need to work together with Dutch people who have traveled all over the world. They are proud to be open-minded and direct in their communication. In this course you will learn to understand the Dutch better, which in turn, will facilitate a supportive professional working relationship.

Perhaps you perceive some of the Dutch as having a fixed mindset, stubborn and blunt? What is it about this behavior that can sometimes trigger you? Is it them or you? And if you know, what are the actions you could take that would facilitate doing business more successfully? Concomitantly, where is it probably safe to stick to your own way of working?

You already know that successful integration and doing business is a two-way street. You therefore are willing to reflect on your personal mindset and behavior, as well as trying to understand the Dutch better. You would like to receive tips and tools to enrich your style of communication for working in the Netherlands.

How to be yourself and deal with the Dutch?

As a result of this module you will:

Better understand the Dutch culture and why they do what they do
Appreciate and benefit from the differences between cultures more
Become aware of potential personal triggers in working with the Dutch and how to deal them
Become better equipped to deal with some dominant aspects of behavior in the Dutch business culture

Bedoeld voor:
zowel professionals als hun leidinggevenden.

Opzet:
twee modules van twee dagen, met avondprogramma in module 1.

Docent
Paul Hilhorst

Cursusdata
9-10 maart
6-7 april

Locatie
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Prijs
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LMS verzorgt de individuele leiderschapstrainingen in samenwerking met PAOTM (Post Academisch Onderwijs Techniek en Management).

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