Cross Cultural Certificate Course: Session 1

It’s been months in the making but the Cross Cultural Certificate Course is about to kick off at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta! In cooperation with Interglobe Cross-Cultural Business Services, Inc, it’s a chance for employees and business owners who work with colleagues in Germany to learn how to better understand them, helping them to increase efficiency, build successful teams and increase productivity.

Session 1 kicks off at the end of January so get signed up now! It will give you an introduction to cross-cultural dynamics and German core values, giving you new skills to implement in your work place.

Where: Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta
Friday, January 31, 2014
8:00am – 11:30am with a continental breakfast between 7:30am and 8:00am
To Register:
Head to our website by clicking here.

Picture - WuebbelerInstructor:
Rita Wuebbeler, President of INTERGLOBE Cross-Cultural Business Services, Inc. has been in the business of teaching people how to communicate across cultures effectively for over 20 years. Born in Germany and having lived on both sides of the Atlantic for equal amounts of time, she has a keen understanding of the cultural differences between Germans and Americans and has made it her life’s work to help individuals and organizations become more effective at navigating the cultural divide. Her client list includes Commerzbank, Erbe USA, Kraiburg TPE, Porsche Cars North America, Purdue Pharma, RandomHouse, Solvay Plastics and UCB Biosciences. For her full biography, visit her website at:


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