"Emotional intelligence for mutual understanding" - eMag Interview (6)

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Life in a strange culture is full of the potential for unexpected social mistakes, the stumbling blocks in the professional paths of employees working abroad. Cross-cultural trainers are here to prepare our colleagues for unfamiliar territory and to help them reflect about other cultures based on existing clichés. The eMag series "Cultures, Communication and Clichés" is dedicated to this fascinating vocation. Today Sabine Amend speaks with us about cross-cultural learning strategies and tells us about the connection between cross-cultural skills and the development of emotional intelligence. Her specialty area: development of international leadership skills in the USA.

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"There's no way to escape national clichés" - eMag Interview (5)

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"There's no way to escape national clichés" - eMag Interview (5)

In our eMag series "Cultures, Communication and Clichés" we speak with external cross-cultural trainers about how they prepare their trainees for life in other cultures. This includes working on national clichés and unexpected social mistakes. And it's not always possible to avoid falling back into our own cultural patterns. Trainer Angela Kessel conveys an awareness of this fact and illustrates behavioral patterns using specific examples. Her specialty area: Japan and the topics Communication, Project Management and Hierarchical Systems.

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"A culture consists of many stories " - eMag Interview (4)

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"A culture consists of many stories " - eMag Interview (4)

In the series “Cultures, communication and stereotypes” of the eMag co-worker magazine of Infineon Technologies AG, the editors talk with intercultural trainers about how they prepare their training participants for life in other cultures. They also explore country stereotypes and faux pas. Trainer Barbara Geldermann spoke with eMag about her many years of experience with Asian cultures and explains that there is no general formula for dealing with people from other cultures. Her specialty area is East-Asian and Southeast-Asian cultures: Greater China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore.

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Polishing the cultural eyeglasses - eMag Interview (3)

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Polishing the cultural eyeglasses - eMag Interview (3)

For years now, ti communication has been working as a partner and provider for intercultural training and coaching for Infineon Technologies AG. In order to make its employees aware of available training courses and to show why intercultural training is worthwhile, Infineon is publishing a series of interviews with our trainers in its own employee magazine. The series "Cultures, Communication and Clichés" addresses the challenges, country-specific clichés and traps of intercultural communication. In an interview, Dorothea Hegner speaks with eMag about her experiences as a cross-cultural trainer and explains the fine cultural differences found even between neighboring countries such as Switzerland and Germany. Her areas of specialization: Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, Germany and Austria.

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Enjoying togetherness - eMag Interview (2)

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Enjoying togetherness - eMag Interview (2)

For years now, ti communication has been working as a partner and provider for intercultural training and coaching for Infineon Technologies AG. In order to make its employees aware of available training courses and to show why intercultural training is worthwhile, Infineon is publishing a series of interviews with our trainers in its own employee magazine. The series "Cultures, Communication and Clichés" addresses the challenges, country-specific clichés and traps of intercultural communication. In the following, you will read an interview with ti communication trainer Gyoengyi Varga. She explains the role that cross-cultural skills and enjoying togetherness play in cross-cultural communication and corporate success. Her areas of specialization: Hungary and development of international teams.

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Our collaboration with Infineon Technologies AG

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Our collaboration with Infineon Technologies AG

To optimise international cooperation, ti communication has designed intercultural training courses for Infineon that are especially tailored to the needs of its employees. International projects run more smoothly, less stressfully, more focused and thus considerably more rapidly. The training sessions and workshops are conducted on site in various languages throughout the world, including several in Asia and the USA. In order to make its employees aware of available training courses and to show why intercultural training is worthwhile, Infineon is publishing a series of interviews with our trainers in its own employee magazine. The series "Cultures, Communication and Stereotypes" addresses the challenges, country-specific clichés and traps of intercultural communication. The first interview is with our trainer Michelle Cummings-Koether.

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“I had to get used to the honest feedback culture of the Germans." - eMag Interview (1)

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“I had to get used to the honest feedback culture of the Germans." - eMag Interview (1)

In the new series “Cultures, communication and stereotypes” of the eMag co-worker magazine of Infineon Technologies AG, the editors talk with intercultural trainers about how they prepare their training participants for life in other cultures. They also explore country stereotypes and faux pas. They’re kicking the series off with our senior trainer and half-American Dr. Michelle Cummings-Koether. Her field of specialty? The US.

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eMag Profile: Ashish Kumar

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eMag Profile: Ashish Kumar

"When I moved to Germany last year it was my second move across three continents in five years"
Living in different places changes one's perceptions. Ashish Kumar personally experienced this phenomenon many times – as a native of New Delhi he has worked in the United States, in Singapore and now works for Infineon at the Campeon. Awareness of intercultural differences is essential to him.

eMag: Ashish, where are you from? Where did you grow up?

Ashish Kumar: I am a native of New Delhi, India, where I also went to school.

eMag: What did you study and what is your assignment here at Infineon?

Ashish Kumar: I studied computer science. At Infineon I am a Principal Engineer. We have multiple manufacturing automation systems at our production factories. These systems have to be managed and supported. The team I work in develops guidelines and specifications for the system architecture.

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