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Culture: Skills for Global Working


Date: Thursday, 27th September 2018 (Time: 9.30am to 5.00pm TBC)

Training provider: Learnlight

Venue: Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine, 19 Angel Gate, 326a City Road, London, EC1V 2PT

Format: There will be some online interactive preparatory activities before the day, a one-day face-to-face trainer-led session and some follow-on online activites to consolidate your learning.

Group size: Up to 12 people 

Who should attend?: Pharmaceutical physicians 

Price: £350 (FPM members) / £400 (non-members). VAT not applicable

Places are limited to just twelve delegates, so early booking in advance is essential.


The closing date for bookings is before 5pm Tuesday 28th August 2018 (subject to places remaining).

See our Terms & Conditions for booking and please note our data protection statement.

Queries: If you are unable to complete your booking online or you would like to be invoiced, please email or call 020 3696 9040.

About Culture: Skills for Global Working

According to the Intelligence Unit at The Economist (2010), 90% of executives in 68 countries say cross-cultural management is their biggest challenge. As organisations are becoming increasingly global and diverse, intercultural skills are no longer just “nice-to-have” but critical capabilities for the 21st century world of work.

To be successful, you need to be able to adapt to different business environments and communicate effectively with diverse groups of people.

This interactive training programme, tailored for the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine by Learnlight, will help you to:

  • Understand how culture influences our behaviour, attitudes and values
  • Realise how your own cultural identity impacts your working relationships
  • Explore different approaches to culture, including personal, organisational, departmental, national and international
  • Gain practical skills for working effectively in diverse teams
  • Recognise cultural clashes and manage conflict
  • Develop strategies for adapting to different cultural environments and ways of working