Experiential Training in Multi-Cultural Corporate Settings

John Campbell, Chris Walker, Mario Koblinger, Chris Roland, Richard J. Wagner, Robert Weigand


The use of outdoor-based experiential activities in corporate training has been a rapidly growing phenomenon in many countries during the last decade. While many of the programming models used are very similar across cultures, a recent survey of providers and users of outdoor-based training have pointed out a number of distinct and important differences, often keyed to the culture of a particular country. It is important for International trainers to be familiar with and know how to deal with, these differences. The session will use group discussion and illustrations, as well as the use of experiential activities to demonstrate some of the concepts discussed.

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