Intercultural Services

Dwellworks Intercultural Services provides assistance around the world to relocating employees and their families, as well as to individuals working on global teams.

Studies show that organizations that embrace cultural awareness and provide training to their global assignees and work teams are able to save time and money through faster and more productive adjustments and better business relationships.

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Intercultural Solutions programs are convenient and customizable to the needs of the organization and employee. Dwellworks offers a range of options including online learning, mobile apps, classroom training, and individual coaching. 

Global Workforce Development (GWD) programs are offered for non-relocating employees and teams working across cultures to discuss appropriate responses to challenges in decision-making, problem solving, project planning, negotiations, and more.

 

 

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  • Online Learning: An International Solution

    The most common format of schooling today is still classroom style, but the popularity of online learning is growing exponentially. As technology improves, it is being utilized to provide access to education for many scenarios. For a cross-cultural team, online learning is often the best option. Read on for a few reasons to consider online intercultural training for your team.  

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  • The Top 10 Myths of Cross-Cultural Training

    Author Dean Foster is an intercultural expert and has experience working with cultures all around the world. He is a contributing author to many prominent publications. This post was orignially featured on the Society for Human Resource Management's blog. To view the post, click here

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  • World Emoji Day

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, how many words is a tiny, colorful icon worth? Emojis are small pictures depicting emotions, objects, places, people, animals, symbols, and so on. According to the BBC, these icons were first included in the Apple iPhone keyboard in 2011, although emojis had been in use in Japan since the 1990s. Now, there are around 2,666 recognized emojis. To celebrate World Emoji Day (July 17), let's look at how some emojis can be percieved differently across cultures.

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