Do the people in your organization know how to modify
their own communications for each culture they work with?


Don’t let  productivity suffer. With our proven Intercultural Agility methodologies and High-Impact Communicating frameworks, you’ll have cultural differences working for you rather than against you. Let Global Context show you and your organization how to be more effective today, and more successful tomorrow.



What No One Ever Tells You
About Working Across Cultures

Whether you’re new to working with multicultural teams and doing global business, or have years of experience, we know you’ll still be surprised at what you don’t know you didn’t know about working across cultures, and how much it’s impacting your business.


Communicating Isn’t Always Easy,
But It Doesn’t Have to be So Hard

It’s hard enough to achieve objectives and meet goals when working with people from the same background and the same values as you, let alone those with different viewpoints, priorities, and communicating styles.


Why Intercultural Performance?
Because It’s A World of Difference.

It’s not just knowing what to do in a given situation, but how to do it.

 And it’s what your business needs to have fewer misunderstandings and achieve more results in less time.




In today’s business economy, your organization’s productivity will make or break your success. Working across cultures or in multicultural team not only causes stress and but can have a major impact on productivity. This places unprecedented demands on our ability to understand how people with beliefs, values, and priorities different from our own think, behave, and communicate.

Consider the following:

of mergers and acquisitions produce no value for the shareholders, and linguistic and cultural divides. “This may explain why deals between the USA and continental Europe were least likely to boost shareholder value.” (KPMG)
of CEOs felt their company does not do a good job of assessing the cultural issues of critical importance, and the primary contributors to why results have not met expectations. (Hay Group)
is estimated to have been lost by Wal-Mart by the time they decided to pull out of the German market in 2006. Analysts unanimously agreed that cultural difference between the U.S.A. and Germany played a major part in their failed efforts.

4 steps to a world of difference