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Doing business in one's country of origin is not easy, but at least the language is clear, the mentality is familiar, and success is achievable as long as you have the necessary knowledge to do the job and behave in a reasonable manner. But what about overseas? Can those who are successful in their own country be successful anywhere?

The answer is... well... not quite.

CONDIP aims to prevent business conduct mistakes abroad by providing training and tools to individuals planning to work overseas. We have vast international work experience and have developed innovative training approaches. Now is the moment to share our knowledge and expertise in order to assist our clients in achieving their worldwide work goals. We believe cultural differences should not hinder individuals' abilities and skills, and that our training can help them succeed in the global workplace.

How do we help you succeed in Africa, Europe or any other destination?

CONDIP's team specializes in business and cultural diplomacy and foreign relations management. We have a wealth of experience and skills which we have effectively implemented over the years. Now, we are ready to share our knowledge and expertise by training managers and employees for working overseas. We teach how to handle oneself, speak effectively, dress appropriately, and utilize body language effectively in multicultural work contexts as part of our diplomatic and business skills training. Our mission is to avoid deals from failing due to inappropriate conduct or gestures, and to help individuals, businesses, and organizations to fulfill their full potential and flourish in the world market.

Business success begins with human relations as we are all social beings.

Each environment has its own unique culture with distinct cues, behavioral norms, and customs. Preparing for these cultural differences is essential for success when working or conducting business in a new location. The best way to prepare is through guidance and assistance from those who have lived and worked in the new environment, who have firsthand understanding of the local mentality and culture, and who know how to provide professional training. Expert trainers, such as ambassadors, diplomats, innovation and technology experts, lawyers, and organizational and psychological consultants, who have themselves absorbed the culture of the new environment, can provide the most effective preparation. Professional preparation is important, but it's equally important to have a deep understanding of the local people, culture, norms, and mentality. This understanding is key to effective communication, remote team management, conflict resolution, financial analysis, and goal achievement in the new environment.

We help companies
to develop corporate diplomacy skills

Companies develop credibility in their host countries by establishing long-term relationships with governmental and non-governmental organizations. In turn, this credibility provides favorable operating conditions that enable the companies to perform optimally abroad. Armed with the corporate diplomacy skills we teach, our clients know how to successfully negotiate, enter agreements, gather information, influence policy, and prevent or mediate conflicts in their host countries. Players in corporate diplomacy develop influence and persuasion skills, including the ability to influence economic policy.

We assist managers
in developing global teams and improving communication skills and multicultural understanding

Managers in international companies should have a broad understanding of the intercultural differences and their impact on the work environment, know how to manage effective communication in an international environment, remotely manage virtual teams and have appropriate tools for making decisions and handling objections arising from a lack of understanding and different cultural norms.

We give employees
applied tools and soft skills enabling improved performance in the international arena

The employees, most of whom belong to Generation Z, are recruited to work in companies after they have finished their studies or after gaining professional experience in various settings. In the educational system, including higher education institutions, there is almost no reference to the variety of personal skills required of the employee in an international company. As happens in diplomatic training and similar courses in global organizations, in addition to learning the relevant professional skills, the organization also makes sure to give its employees the necessary skills to succeed in their job. This training is of great value to the organization and its managers, and of great value to the employee himself. Surveys clearly show that employees consider the variety of interpersonal skills a subject of great importance to them, and organizations that provide it to their employees are appreciated.