SEU CCC Breaks Mailing

 

You are asking yourself what CCC-Break stands for?
Well, it is a Cross-Cultural Coffee Break: every participant grabs a cup of coffee (cappuccino, latte macchiato, espresso, you name it) and dives into a vivid exchange on an intercultural topic.

The Objectives of CCC-Breaks:
Sharing and Learning in an informal virtual setting. Every CCC Break is designed for the max. number of 10 participants in order to allow the maximum of interaction between our participants.

How can you register?
The following CCC-Breaks are scheduled for the year 2018. Invitation mailings with the possibility to register will be sent out to SIETAR Europa members and members of national SIETARs within Europa only. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Team behind the scenes 😊
Barbara Covarrubias Venegas, Joanna Sell, Pascale Sztum and Agnieszka Kotucz, our “masterminds” behind this new event format are looking forward to intriguing discussions with you!

 

 

Date

CCC-Break Burning Question

Moderator SEU Virtual Events Team

25.06.2018
11 am CET
Duration: 40 mins.

What are useful tools/attitudes for a facilitator/trainer to deal with different hierarchic levels inside an intercultural training group?

Read recap and see photos from CCC Break 1 here!

Barbara Covarrubias Venegas

04.09. 2018
11 am CET
Duration: 40 mins.

Are CC training still relevant with managers who were Third Culture Kids?

Barbara Covarrubias Venegas

03.10. 2018
11 am CET
Duration: 40 mins.

How to approach difficult topics on specific culture training (for example using European toilets for Indian employees)? What are other topics which can be described as hot and subtle?

Joanna Sell

06.11. 2018
11 am CET
Duration: 40 mins.

How do I reach through those who are convinced there is no such thing as national culture influence, only different personalities?

Pascale Sztum

04.12. 2018
11 am CET
Duration: 40 mins.

What does persuasive communication in different cultural and professional contexts mean?

Agnieska Kotucz