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1. Culture is not a Thing, and other Antidotes to the Ravages of Reification – Dr. Milton J. Bennett
2. Confirmation Bias: ‘Looking Before You Leap’ Is Not Enough – Prof. Dr. Brendan McSweeney Ph.D
3. Managerial Intelligence – Prof. Gerhard Fink
4. Finding Patterns of Knowing to Improve Communication & Understanding – Steven E. Wallis, PhD
5. Psychological Contracts: Effect on International Assignments – Dr. Michelle J. Cummings-Koether
6. Knowledge is Power. Or is it? And if yes – is it egalitarian and democratic or elitarian and aristocratic? – Prof. Slawomir Magala
7. Building relationships across cultures? – Dr. Carolin Debray
8. Understanding Unconscious Bias: Insights from Neuroscience – Dr. Eithne Knappitsch
9. Why you need Cultural Brokers in your company – Dr. Karin Martin
10. The Virtual Fishbowl – Carlo Giardinetti, Dr. Giorgia Nigri
11. Cultural Intelligence – Dr. Marie-Therese Claes
12. Fostering intercultural competence in students – Dr. Daniel Dauber
13. Understanding the Veil: When Cross-Cultural Competence Matters – Dr. Bice Della Piana
14. Cultural Competence for Building a Confident Innovation Space – Dr. Chiara Cannavale
15. Constructive Intercultural Management – Prof. Christoph Barmeyer, Sina Grosskopf, MA
16. NGOs and neo-colonialism: are they part of the problem? – Roger Bell
17. The paradox of whiteness: tempering white privilege? – Prof. Edwina Pio
Opening gateways between different fields of cross cultural studies
Dr. Barbara Covarrubias Venegas
Barbara defines herself as a Virtual Enthusiast, researcher by education, speaker by passion and author by results.
She is passionate about New Ways of Working & Learning, Positive Leadership & CULTURE overall. As a researcher, for the past 10 years, she has been very involved with the New Ways of Working Research community across the globe, not only as a researcher or professional, but also as a virtual team leader and team member.
As a consultant and keynote speaker Barbara works with and for companies such as Wiener Stadtwerke, ORF Salzburg, WIFI Management Forum, Unicredit, Allianz, WKÖ and many more.
Certified in: Positive Leadership by Dr. Markus Ebner, Interkulturelle Expertin Cultural Detective, Lebensphasenorientierung Generationenmanagement NESTOR GOLD Beraterin.
Webpage: www.barbaracv.com and www.virtualspacehero.com
Connect with Barbara via LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbaracv
Verena Hanna, M.B.A.
After completing a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a master’s in International Development, she started working on her dissertation at the Institute for Contemporary History, focusing on Visual History, for which she received grants to complete a longer research stay at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 2018 as well as a shorter one in 2019. Her fluency in languages such as Arabic, Hebrew and English enables her to conduct her research from multiple perspectives.
Professionally, she has experience in (digital) project management and marketing. She has been one of the editors of the Knowledge Bite series since its inception in 2018.
Image ©: Benedict Dopplinger
David Fuchs, M.B.A.
David is a passionate Interculturalist and has worked with various cultures such as the Zulus in South Africa, Tamil people in Sri Lanka and the
Garifuna tribe in the Caribbean. He studied for his Bachelor and Master degree at universities in Austria, Belize, Bhutan and Indonesia and
specialized in the fields of intercultural management, social management, organizational – and human resource development.
Professionally he works for the Austrian Agency for health and food safety (AGES) within the department for human resource development,
digitalisation, health care management and human relations.