Viviana Premazzi explains her origins of her work as an interculturalist and the current programme for the development of leadership skills in women
Say hello to Dr Viviana Premazzi
2.38 A programme for women
Is there a discussion about women-only spaces happening in the Mediterranean region?
5.05 Viviana’s journey into intercultural work
Via Brazil, Italy, the United Nations and the USA
12.35 Designing the programme
Goals of the Women’s Leadership Development Programme
14.50 Do women experience cultures differently?
The reality of macho cultures for women in leadership positions
17.33 Delivering leadership training
How should a trainer approach international leadership training taking women’s intercultural needs into account?
19.35 Resources for women leaders
Some recommendations if you are not yet registered for this women’s leadership across cultures dimension
22.10 Viviana Premazzi’s contribution to the Intercultural Toolbox
Something to increase your exposure to the authentic local culture
24.22 What is next for GMD
Plans for the next Women’s Leadership Development programme
26.09 Contacting Dr Viviana Premazzi
She’s easy to find on social media
Coming up in conversation were Italy (four times), Malta (twice) Mediterranean cultures (twice), Afghanistan, Brazil, Italy (north), United Kingdom, in order of mentions.
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How can a virtual team outperform other teams?
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How much does accreditation really matter?
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How can an interculturalist design engineering projects?
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Who is hungry for the Burger Model in intercultural training?
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Who were the Cultural Detectives?
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How can you give a boost to your career as an interculturalist?
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What should interculturalists know about the Intercultural Pendulum?
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How can we develop women leaders to succeed across cultures?
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What makes an intercultural coach?
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How do you start an intercultural consulting business?
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