Intercultural Communication Training 

With my Intercultural Communication Training I help international families and international employees navigate their journey to inclusion and cultural competence.  

My custom-designed sessions provide you with awareness, skills and tools necessary to foster and sustain inclusion in the "other" culture.

Communication always involves thinking, nonverbal clues, (a lot of) listening and, of course, speaking.


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Why should you choose me to be 

your intercultural communication trainer?


Not only because I am qualified as intercultural communication trainer, but I have lived abroad my whole life (expat-since-birth) and I learned the many facets of the host cultures to an extent that I integrated into all the cultures I lived so far.

I have helped hundreds of families to understand the other culture and language, and to accept and embrace diversity in order to lead a balanced and healthy (family) life abroad. 

I help parents who live an international life, bridge the unfamiliar with the familiar, and I support them help their children thrive during their international childhood.


In my workshops on topics related to international life, culture and language, internationals can meet like-minded people, share their experience, issues and struggles, and get advice and tips from me.


Being multilingual and multicultural is a great asset to thoroughly understand diverse cultures: their beliefs, values and rules. It is like viewing the world through always adapting lenses. (Ute)





My expertise lies in:


intercultural communication 

linguistics – bilingualism, multilingualism, socio- and psycholinguistics

verbal and non-verbal communication




We all learn culture through language

and cognitive research suggests that 

language profoundly influences

the way people see the world...




Intercultural Communication Training


When you live in a foreign country you experience that your expectations concerning behaviors, beliefs, traditions and language are not always met.


We all experience diversity based on our own assumptions, beliefs, traditions – that's our very own cultural backpack. (Ute)


I help you build bridges between the unfamiliar and the familiar, so that you and your family can fully embrace your life abroad!






(TING in Chinese means "to listen")



In my

Intercultural Communication Trainings

I focus on 



Communication with your friends and colleagues:

how to avoid misunderstandings



We all have preferred communication styles and they all have strengths and weaknesses.

Being aware of our own communication style and of the one of our interlocutor is the first step towards greater mutual understanding. 




Are you wondering about any of the following about the host culture?

food, cuisine, shopping

festivals and rituals  

dress codes

forms of address and greetings

local language

gestures and body language

attitudes towards smoking, alcohol, and drugs

gift-giving and neighborliness

daily schedules

relationship to time

personal space and eye contact

gender roles and family life

social classes and ethnic groups

attitudes towards rules, authority, and seniority

work ethic and behavior in the workplace



then contact me today at




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