Programs

MULTICULTURAL COMPETENCE PROGRAMS FOR THE BUSINESS SECTOR

MULTICULTURAL COMPETENCE PROGRAMS FOR THE BUSINESS SECTOR

In business operations, intercultural skills, such as displaying respect for others and working effectively in diverse teams, are as important as technical management and financial skills in terms of achieving efficiency and productivity. Cultural misunderstandings are a major obstacle to productive international cooperation, effective communication or cooperation, and ultimately are barriers to successful global businesses. CoCuDi offers seminars, workshops and conferences that provide the tools needed to lower these obstacles and barriers in the business sector.

SOCIAL-CULTURAL INTEGRATION PROGRAMS IN NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

SOCIAL-CULTURAL INTEGRATION PROGRAMS IN NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

CoCuDi provides short-term and long-term cultural sensitivity and competence workshops, courses and seminars for lay leadership, professionals and volunteers of non-profit international organizations in under-industrialized countries together with key personnel and change makers from local development organizations.

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL TOURS

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL TOURS

Based on CoCuDi’s rich cultural eco-system in East Africa, CoCuDi runs tours for both business and leisure travelers of varying durations (from half-day tours to weeklong tours including a safari) that highlight socio-cultural encounters and provide a meaningful insight into the local culture.

INTENSIVE STUDY PROGRAMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

INTENSIVE STUDY PROGRAMS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

In partnership with educational organizations and academies, CoCuDi develops and executes courses and workshops that expose students to other cultures and bases of knowledge.

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS

To enhance tolerance and mutual respect, CoCuDi creates and produces conferences and seminars between academicians, entrepreneurs, businesspersons, government officials, artists, writers, artisans and other change and culture agents. These events function as a starting point for shared projects leading to on-going partnerships and collaborations.