Working in a multicultural world | Undergraduate

In today’s fast-moving world workforces have become a lot more diverse and we are fortunate to be surrounded and interacting with people from other countries, cultures, nationalities, languages, and traditions. This has a great impact on the way we work with others as you’re likely to interact with people from multiple cultures on any given day.

Join us for this short session, where professor Robert Hamwee will share how you can start preparing for this exciting multicultural world!

You will receive a link to access the webinar after registration.

Wed, 13 October 2021, 6-7pm IST

About Professor Hamwee

ted ladd professor at hult

Robert Hamwee has been involved in international training and development in a career spanning over three decades having started in language and Information Technology training in South America, where he lived for 23 years.

Robert‘s work mainly focuses on the design and implementation of innovative global training programs in the areas of management and leadership development and international/cross-cultural communication.

He is now CEO of Oval Perform, a multi-disciplinary learning and talent development consulting firm that brings together a diverse and experienced team to solve complex global learning solutions. In parallel to this, he is a member of the faculty at Hult.

A speaker of five languages with vast international experience, Robert has in-depth knowledge of international business and cross-cultural issues, having worked on projects in Asia, South America, and Europe. He is the author of the book “Culture Smart! Argentina” which offers advice to those seeking to visit, work or conduct business in that country. He is regularly invited as a guest speaker at seminars, webinars, and workshops.

What our students say

Raafi Jahangir, Thai / Bangladeshi

We don't have traditional lectures and every class is interactive. Every example is practical and taken from the real world. We're kept up to date with all the latest technological advancements.

Raafi Jahangir, Thai / Bangladeshi

Class of 2019 San Francisco campus

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