Kristina Roppelt

Kristina Roppelt, Denmark
СEO and Founder, Expert – Agency for International Cooperation
Intercultural Communication Expert

Working in an International Team: Thriving Tips
Saturday, October 29 at 11:35 am UTC / 1:35 pm CET

The session will be helpful to those who want to work in an international team or already have such experience. Kristina will share what exact business culture characteristics can be different among your colleagues from countries across the globe and what lifehacks you can use to feel more relaxed and focused on your work while collaborating with colleagues from other countries. This is a vast topic, but we will try to make is as practical as possible.

Panel Discussion
Sunday, October 30 at 4:35 pm UTC / 5:35 pm CEST

Kristina Roppelt is a CEO and Founder of Agency for International Cooperation that helps local businesses, NGOs and governmental institutions grow more global and work efficiently in the international environment.

Kristina is also a passionate advocate of intercultural communication as a basic literacy of the 21st century.

She is the creator and designer of courses on intercultural commination for such organizations and movements as Greanpeace, WorldSkills and Yandex.



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