Our latest newsletter May-August is online!


Spring is here and so is the latest issue of our newsletter

We hope you‘ll enjoy this collection of interesting articles, including on the following topics:

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Success Story: Intercultural expat training course for the construction industry in Thailand with Max Bögl Group

Molly Ng tic Hintergrund 07 2014

The Max Bögl Group, with its 6,500 highly-qualified employees and an annual turnover of more than 1.7 billion euros, is one of the largest construction service providers in Germany. Quality and innovative solutions are in demand all over the world, which is why it is no surprise that Max Bögl also successfully implements projects on the other side of the globe. ti communication is an associate of Max Bögl, supporting the Group and its employees with intercultural expatriate training courses.

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Our Newsletter January- April 2018 has arrived!


With this, our first newsletter of 2018, we wish you a Happy New Year, filled with good health, success, and lots of energy to implement your goals! We’re also starting off the year at full speed.

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Intercultural Sensitivity Workshop & World Café at Robert Bosch GmbH


In the realm of intercultural training, intensive cooperation is already taking place between Robert Bosch GmbH and ti communication, especially regarding the preparation of employees being sent on foreign assignments. It hardly even matters where they are going; our network of experts spans the globe: from Singapore to Portugal, the Netherlands, China and Saudi Arabia, all the way to Australia.

This year, we had the opportunity to support the Robert Bosch company using a different format: On the occasion of an international conference with participants from Germany, China, the USA and Japan, our trainers Anna Corbett and Susanne Taylor conducted a 2.5-hour workshop.

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ti communication - Success Stories


Our Newsletter May- August 2017 has arrived!

The newest issue contains:

- An article on the successful collaboration of our Trainer Andreas Hauser with the Austrian company OMICRON electronics and his “Global Leadership” seminar in Sweden.

- An interview of our trainer Angela Kessel with Infineon’s co-worker magazine in which our expert talks about possible misunderstandings between Germans and Japanese and how these might be avoided.


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„Global Leadership“ - Andreas Hauser about Management Training for OMICRON electronics in Sweden


OMICRON electronics of Klaus, Austria, is renowned as a service provider for innovative test solutions
in electrotechnology: 700 employees, 20 branches around the world and business activity in 140 countries
make this enterprise from Vorarlberg one of the leading international companies in its sector. English
is almost a matter of course as the global corporate

One of OMICRON’s trademarks is its success beyond cultural borders – and ti communication supports
this endeavor: Senior trainer and coach Andreas Hauser has been conducting general and country- specific training for national and international employees since 2012. Since last year, the company has gone a step further, allowing Andreas Hauser to prepare its managers around the world for future internal and external challenges in the area of global leadership.

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Polishing the cultural eyeglasses - eMag Interview (3)

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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Different Countries, different customs - intercultural training measures at Rausch & Pausch GmbH


For years now, Rausch & Pausch GmbH (abbreviated RAPA) has been among the world's leading developers of hydraulic and pneumatic valve systems for vehicle construction. The German company with its headquarters in the Upper Franconian Selb today employs more than 950 employees at three locations in Germany and in the US. To ensure that all communication and cooperation between the different locations runs smoothly, ti communication periodically supports RAPA with intercultural training and coaching measures. To properly inform its employees about the wide-ranging training measures, RAPAs internal newsletter ("Ventilpost") recently featured an interesting interview with our senior trainer Sabine Wagner, which you can now read in full length in this blog:

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Best Practice for Intercultural Competence: Germany, Austria and Switzerland – so close and yet so far!


The Rhomberg Group, with several locations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, has been achieving successful international work for years in the realms of construction, resources and railway technology. As part of their efforts, Rhomberg always builds on sustainability and places great value in social development! We spoke with Manuela Pölki, an employee in the Human Resources department at Rhomberg Bau in Bregenz, Austria, about the cultural differences between Austria and its neighbours, Germany and Switzerland.

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eMag Profile: Ashish Kumar

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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