Surfacing “the why” behind the Emotional Undertow
- Your cultural preferences
- Your cultural gaps
- Negotiable and
- Your cultural habits within negotiable variables
- Cultural alliance for non-negotiable variables
Cultural understanding is different than knowing about another culture. Intercultural competency and culture-emotion intelligence is achieved when we are able to appreciate the values, beliefs, habits, and behaviors that affect the people who make up the culture.
With “The 4C’s Culture Mastery Process™” Trainer Certification Program, cross-cultural coaches and organizations with cultural training programs learn how to leverage these proprietary tools to help their clients and employees become more emotionally intelligent when working across cultures. This includes using the Individual Cultural Blueprint IndicatorTM (ICBI) assessment to uncover the “why” behind emotional responses that arise when working with or living in another culture.
The attitudes and values we hold impact all of our behaviors, from our preferred style of communication to our attitudes on work, time, and relationships. In the Calculate step of the 4C’s Cultural Mastery Process™, you develop a baseline understanding of your own culture, preferences, and values. We then use that baseline to gain insight into your interaction with other cultures.
The differences you experience when interacting with another culture can cause stress, frustration, and both internal and external conflict. In the Choose step of the 4C’s Cultural Mastery Process™, you look at your culture gaps – those circumstances that make you feel different from individuals from different backgrounds – and you explore the values, beliefs, habits, or skills that are at the core of that gap. This empowers you to decipher which are negotiable and which are not.
When it comes to your negotiable cultural variables, you have the power to make simple adjustments and overcome assumptions that no longer serve your greater goals. In the Change step of the 4C’s Cultural Mastery Process™, you learn the five steps for changing your attitudes, behaviors, habits, and emotional responses for your negotiable cultural variable.
When it comes to the cultural variables that are non-negotiable (those that are at the core of who you are and what you value), a different approach is necessary to accommodate the differences. In the Create step of the 4C’s Cultural Mastery Process™, you learn the value and process of creating a cultural alliance that provides both parties with awareness and knowledge of the cultural differences and an inclusive environment built from that mutual understanding.
Register Today for The 4 C’s Culture Mastery Process™
Spring 2018 Course Dates:
April 24: 10:00am - 11:30am EDT (New York) / 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT (London) / 10:00pm - 11:30pm SGT (Singapore)
May 3: 10:00am - 11:30am EDT (New York) / 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT (London) / 10:00pm - 11:30pm SGT (Singapore)
May 10: 10:00am - 11:30am EDT (New York) / 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT (London) / 10:00pm - 11:30pm SGT (Singapore)
May 17: 10:00am - 11:30am EDT (New York) / 2:00pm - 3:30pm GMT (London) / 10:00pm - 11:30pm SGT (Singapore)
Course Offerings - Presented by Margarita Gokun Silver*
|Coaching Skills for Cross-Cultural Trainers with ICBI certification||4, 1.5-hour sessions||1,2,3,4||$1699 USD (early registration $1299 USD by 4/15)||Expand intercultural learning, future use of the ICBI tool and coaching skills. (Includes 4 steps Calculate, Choose, Change, and Create)|
|Coaching Skills for Cross-Cultural Trainers without ICBI certification||2, 1.5-hour sessions||3, 4||$699 USD (early registration $525 USD by 4/15)||Master coaching skills for cross-cultural application. (Includes 2 steps Change and Create)|
|Cross-cultural Skills for Coaches with ICBI certification||4, 1.5-hour sessions||1,2,3,4||$1699 USD (early registration $1299 USD by 4/15||Develop intercultural learning, future use of the ICBI tool and coaching skills. (Includes 4 steps Calculate, Choose, Change, and Create)|
|Cross-cultural Skills for Coaches without ICBI certification||2, 1.5-hour sessions||1, 2||$699 USD (early registration $525 USD by 4/15)||Master intercultural skills for cross-cultural application. (Includes 2 steps Calculate and Choose)|
|Marketing for Cross-Cultural Business||1-hour||After the completion of all programs.||$150 USD (early registration $100 USD by 4/15)||Participants who want to expand their client base|
*Margarita Gokun Silver is the creator of the 4C's Culture Mastery Intercultural Coaching and Training System with ICBI® now used by Valerie Bath, President of Cultural Business Consulting, Inc. (CBC). Before Margarita decided to follow her decades-long passion and become a full-time writer, Margarita founded and ran the Global Coach Center (GCC), a coaching firm that specialized in Executive/Life Coaching and Cross-Cultural Consulting/Training. Global Coach Center became part of CBC in January of 2016 and now works with expatriates, multinational companies, global leaders, and those involved in multicultural relationships both in the workplace and at home.
When she was running the Global Coach Center, Margarita provided coaching, consulting, and training on overcoming challenges of working/living in a different culture and succeeding in the global marketplace. Margarita also delivered programs worldwide on global leadership through coaching, managing across cultures or cultural intelligence in leadership, personal branding for global success, and many others.
Margarita is a global nomad who was born in Russia, holds a US citizenship, and has been living in different countries for the past twenty-five years. She is a certified co-active coach (CPCC) and a graduate of the Coaches Training Institute, one of the premier coaching schools in the US. She also holds a Masters degree from Yale University. Margarita currently works as a freelance writer and her work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, The Washington Post, BBC, NPR, The Guardian, and The Wall Street Journal, among others. For more information on Margarita please visit www.MargaritaGokunSilver.com and for more information on Cultural Business Consulting please visit www.culturalbusinessconsulting.com.