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Intercultural Savoir-Vivre in European, Asian, Arabic and African Cultures

by Malwina Bakalarska

Languages: English, Polish

Price (from): €4,000 / day

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About the trainer:

Dr. Malwina Bakalarska - Cultural Diversity Management Trainer & Consultant. She designs and conducts intercultural training, webinars & workshops for the public and private sector (eg. BNP Paribas, European Academy of Diplomacy, Laureate, Schneider Electric, Luxoft, Dupont, etc.) in Polish and English. The training is based on her own research projects conducted at the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures of the Polish Academy of Sciences. She has traveled around Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East for over 30 years. Author of publications on intercultural issues. Indexed in the Polish database of female experts After French and Chinese, she is currently learning Arabic. She trains creatively, with passion.


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Intercultural Savoir-Vivre in European, Asian, Arabic and African Cultures by Malwina Bakalarska

About the training

#Intercultural   #Savoir-Vivre   #self-confident   #intercultural_relations   #professional   #international_work_environment

Global corporations, foreign expansion, international projects are today's business reality. Knowledge of the principles of intercultural Savoir-Vivre is a must to act effectively. Savoir-Vivre is a set of rules inscribed in the customs of a given country, which also permeates business behavior.

The challenges to which the workshop on the principles of intercultural Savoir-Vivre response are primarily the etiquette of business meetings. If your company organizes meetings with foreign contractors, business partners or employees of foreign branches of the corporate structure, each person involved in the organization of such meetings asks themselves: how to hand business cards, should greet guests with a gift, what to give at lunch, how to behave at the table so as not to offend members of delegations from outside our cultural circle and many other practical tips taking into account the diverse customs of European, African, Asian and Arab countries.

Learning outcomes


Awareness of ethnocentrism attitude as a barrier in intercultural relations


Knowledge of the principles of tactful behavior in business situations in accordance with the culture of the host country or the culture of fierce guests and colleagues


Skills related to business etiquette in the following situations: greetings and farewells; handing business cards and gifts; behavioural styles while conducting business conversations; tackling relevant small talk topics


Being self-confident in intercultural situations; -Being perceived as a professional in an international work environment


  • What is your cultural customs?

  • The way how you greet each other matters

  • Business cards & gifts – troublemakers

  • Dining and local restrictions

  • Small talks might be long talks sometimes

  • Regional dress code

  • Q&A Session

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