Cultural Intelligence Training Seminar - Signet Resources

News from Signet - 16th January 2014


January 30th marks the latest in Signet Resources successful breakfast seminars.  This month we are excited to be hosting a workshop on Cultural Intelligence, aimed at line managers from any vertical marketplace.

The seminar will explore cultural mindsets in global markets and give attendees the tools to GET IT RIGHT FIRST TIME.

To enquire about a free space at this event please email:

The seminar runs in our offices in Maidenhead from 8.30am until 11am, coffee and pastries included.

Cultural Intelligence Training

Globalisation is here to stay. This seminar will identify ways to understand cultural mindsets in global markets and ensure you get it right first time!

Businesses working across cultures are especially prone to misunderstandings, lost opportunities and even hostility between teams, suppliers, customers and the market.

Cultural intelligence training is learning how to interact with people from other countries and the “different rules” at play, it equips people and their teams with the knowledge and tools to be successful when working across borders. This taster session gives an insight to understanding cultural mind sets in global markets and will help to enable leaders and their teams to get it right first time!

Our Speakers

Mai Fogg

Mai is a facilitator and executive coach, with over twenty years experience in Europe and Latin America in designing and delivering bespoke training solutions. Her programmes are experiential and facilitate in depth understanding of cultural mindsets. Her clients include GSK, Bristol-MyersSquibb and SAB-Miller. Mai trains in English and Spanish.

Peter D Hirsch

Peter has a strong technical and consultancy background. He has managed and delivered numerous change management and training projects in a wide-range of industry sectors across the world in Europe, America, Africa and Asia.

His clients include AMEC, Alte Leipziper, Barclays, BP, GDF, Gillette, SABIC, Toyota and Weir. Peter trains in English and German.

We have a limited number of places left, please contact to enquire about attending.

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