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Global Cross Cultural Training

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Global Training Partners (GTP) provides an unrivalled range of cultural awareness training and coaching solutions that enable organizations, teams, and people, to work more effectively across the boundaries between countries and cultures.

  • Country-specific Cultural Awareness Training
  • Role-specific Cultural Awareness Training
  • Business-specific Cultural Awareness Training

Recognized as one of the most innovative companies in our business we operate from our head office and training centre in Singapore, and around the world through a global network of quality-assured associates and training partners.

Whatever type of international contact you are involved in, GTP'S cross-cultural solutions will help build and sustain the global mind-set, openness, flexibility, cultural understanding, and cross-cultural management skills to ensure successful projects, and sustainable, long-term competitive advantage for your business.


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