Intercultural training for foreigners POLAND

TRAINING PROGRAM:

Obvious or not?

  • What is obvious for us Polish (in our groups, in our country)?
  • Is it also obvious for foreigners?

Stereotypes

  • Where are stereotypes coming from?
  • What others are thinking about Polish people?
  • What Poles are thinking about other nations?

What is the culture and intercultural communication?

  • Polish culture among other cultures
  • Individualism versus collectivism
  • Direct and indirect communication
  • Is time linear or cyclical? Is time money?
  • Power and manager position in the organization

Problems in the intercultural communication between Polish people and other nations

Basic information about Poland (discretionary)

  • Polish culture relating to other cultures. Comparing e.g. to the American, German and Japanese culture
  • The history of Poland, geographical situation, religion
  • Respected values
  • Polish customs

Polish mentality

  • On one hand: we will see…, whatever will be, will be…; it was not me…, scape goat, there is plenty of time, polish emotional attitude, the lack of patience
  • On the other hand: polish hardworking ethics, polish pride, hospitality, solidarity, tolerance, openness, flexibility, building good relationships

Polish sense of humour

  • The most funny things for Polish people
  • Jokes which are taboo in Poland

Culture of the business in Poland

  • What Polish people expect from their employers?
  • How to encourage Polish people at work? What motivates them?
  • The way Polish people work
  • The most frequent causes of misunderstandings in the cooperation of Polish people and other nations

How effectively to communicate in the business?

  • Negotiating – how to do it with Polish people?
  • Communication at work
  • Communication in relation superior-subordinate
  • Communication with colleagues

Attitude to women in Poland

Useful expressions in Polish  (discretionary)

  • Everyday phrases: „Proszę”, „Dziękuję”, „Na zdrowie”, „Ile kosztuje?” (“Please/You’re Welcome/Here you are”, “Thank you”, “Bless you/Cheers”, “How much is..?”)
  • Useful at work: „Powodzenia”, „Dobra robota”, „Dacie radę?” („Good luck!”, „Good Job!”, „Will you manage?”)

Religion and customs. Guide for the foreigner (discretionary)

  • Calendar of Polish holidays
  • Christmas – holidays spent with family
  • The most important customs – e.g. sharing Christmas wafer

The program includes a wide range of material. The final scope will be determined after an audit before training.

 

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