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MULTICULTURAL & MULTILATERAL NETWORKS & TEAMS
3 steps to set up multicultural & multilateral lasting networks and teams
Extended Stakeholder Management: Identification of Stakeholders 360° and involvement of the right partners
Establish the right strategy, structure and processes to make your network florish.
What is key?
By initiating a project it is crucial to identify all stakeholders which will at some point be involved or affected by the project. Looking at a project in the eyes of another stakeholder can illustrate valuable aspects that reveal potential and opportunities. Furthermore, other Stakeholders can bring in their expertise what is an added-value to the projects. Possible risks can be assessed and minimised what will save a lot of money and time.
It can be challenging to work among intercultural and multilateral teams but at the same time it is one of the most beautiful things to connect over borders and be part of one common world.
The explosive combination MELANOVA FUSION brings into the
set up of multicultural and multilateral teams:
Over 15 years working experience in the public, private and NGO sector.
Intercultural knowhow by working and living in 6 different countries.
Highly developed analytical skills and empathic nature.
Dominating and speaking English, Spanish, German, French and Italian.
Any questions? Looking forward to your message.
Establish the communication channels and get people into your boat.
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