Many cross cultural organisations deliver their programmes from a male point of view. At best, these programmes briefly mention gender issues, almost as an afterthought, and then move on to the next topic on the agenda.
As more women are working in the developing world, and in particular in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent, issues important to business women are not always being adequately addressed.
Culture Unveiled offer a variety of programmes aimed at professional business women, run by business women who 'have been there and done that'. These programmes focus on the modern practicalities for your success in a challenging and exciting part of the world. Men who anticipate working with business women in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent will benefit from these programmes as well.
What's on your mind?
Western women, global challenges - pulling off a cultural merger
Business etiquette - what women need to know and men need to watch for
The advantages of Western women working as 'honorary men'
Safety and security - terrorism or bad driving: which is your real concern?
Day to day practicalities - just when you thought you could relax, and when to do exactly that
... and then there is Saudi Arabia - designed to address the unique issues and strategies for business women in the Kingdom
Programmes tailored for women doing business in the developing world
Business women in the Middle East
Business women in India
Business women in Pakistan
HR issues in the MENA region
HR issues in Saudi Arabia
Women in export
Women, travel and safety
Executive coaching for businesswomen
The Middle East Unveiled also focuses on issues specifically important to western business women as well as for men who might be working with Arab and Muslim business women.
Safety and security
Islam and women
Meeting and greeting
General business etiquette
Body language and non-verbal communication
Attitudes towards Western business women
Hosting business meals and entertainment
Hints and tips for successful business meetings, presentations, training, negotiation and contracts