• "Organizations Across Borders": Theory, Behavior and Leadership Skills

    June 27 2014, 09:00 - 18:00
    Location: AmCham France - 77 rue de Miromesnil 75008, Paris

    Use your DIF! This program is eligible to be part of your professional training budget.

    Friday June 27 - Saturday June 28, 2014
    9:00am - 6:00pm
    AmCham France - 77, rue de Miromesnil, 75008, Paris

    Please register by email by Monday, June 23.
    Special Rate for AmCham Members: €600 instead of €3000 for the weekend including lunch.

    Fees are to be paid to Paris School of Business
    For more information, please contact Desmond McGetrick:

    About the Event
    This two-day seminar examines the challenges of doing business across different cultural contexts and boundaries, and its influence on global management practices. Among the topics covered are: the impact of cultural diversity on conducting global business, value-sets and ethics, emotions and communication styles, cross-cultural teams, international negotiations, cultural intelligence.

    The aim of this course is to prepare participants to work efficiently and effectively with global companies, while learning how to best adapt themselves to different situations in intercultural management.

    About the Speakers
    Dr. Catharina Wulf has lectured in the field of Cross-cultural Communication, Organizational Behaviour and International Ethics for the last 15 years. She has studied and worked in France, Germany, Spain, the USA and Canada. She speaks 5 languages and is a regular speaker at international conferences. Alongside teaching business education, Wulf has published and edited two books in the humanities and several academic articles with a particular focus on intercultural virtual collaboration. She is currently coaching in the field of personal development. Wulf also designs online platforms for international training purposes.

    Carla Davidovich is a lawyer specializing in dispute resolution, cross-cultural management and crisis management. Ms. Davidovich began her career at an international law firm in New York City. In 2000, she relocated to Moscow, to represent Russian companies involved in international arbitration proceedings. In early 2002 she moved to Paris, where she represented companies in numerous international proceedings concerning cross-border contracts and joint ventures. After many years of representing clients in litigation and arbitration proceedings, Ms. Davidovich became interested in amicable dispute resolution and began studying mediation. Her interest led her to eventually leave her law practice and devote her time to mediation and other forms of dispute resolution and prevention. She has trained in negotiation and mediation at Harvard Law School, the Institut Catholique de Paris and Central European University in Budapest