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RADIUS – Kommunikation & interkulturelle Zusammenarbeit
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Trainer Team


Alexander Scheitza, managing director of RADIUS communication and intercultural cooperation. Alexander is a psychologist with a tertiary degree from Saarbrücken/Germany and Aberdeen/Scotland, where he specialised in Intercultural Psychology. He has designed and delivered training and coaching programmes in a range of settings since 1994, including private industry, public administration, social work and international project groups. The primary objective of this support is ... [more]

Publications

Lectures and presentations



Annette Beauvilain – Steberl has more than 10 years experience in the Human Resources sector where she held the position of Head of Human Resources for more than 5 years in an international company. She has been living and working in Luxembourg since 1993. Since 2004 she also worked as a trainer and consultant in human resources, intercultural competency and communications, and since 2010 as an independant... [more]

 


Musa Dağdeviren is a systemic coach and consultant and since 1998 has worked as a trainer, and consultant in the area of intercultural competence. He was born in Istanbul and since the age of 4 has lived in Germany, where he obtained a Master of Arts in German literature and language, the science of Islam, and philosophy.
His first intercultural working experience was being a counsellor for immigrants at the international confederation for social work in Cologne ... [more]



Leah Davcheva is the founder and managing director of Aha Moments Centre for Intercultural Training and Education, the network partner of RADIUS in Bulgaria. Leah trains people who work in international businesses, who work (or plan to work) in international project teams, who study internationally as well as educationalists, translators and interpreters. She started her career as a language teacher ... [more]



Friederike von Denffer trains and consults a broad spectrum of professionals in the scientific and management communities, such as: lawyers, service personnel, medical doctors, students, teachers, managers, police officers etc. In addition to this, she has closely collaborated with Non-Profit organizations from diverse fields in the development of intercultural training programs. Her intercultural communication training methods and contents focus on the general intercultural sensitization of ... [more]



Sabine Finzi holds a BA (with honours) in Journalism and Communication from the University of Brussels (ULB). She started her career as a journalist before joining EPTO (European Peer Training Organisation) in 1995. She acquired a broad knowledge and experience in the field of diversity education training. Since she became Director of EPTO, in 2000 she was in charge of strategic management and coaching of the activities of the organisation in 14 European countries. In that role she was responsible ... [more]



Robert Giardina is an experienced intercultural, conflict resolution and language trainer, speaker and consultant working in university and multi-national business settings.
He has more than 20 years of work experience throughout North America and Europe (including the US and Spain), servicing clients that include Sara Lee, Bayer, Wrigley, and the North American Institute in Barcelona. He is an instructor at the Universitat de Barcelona and the Universitat de La Salle/Ramon Llull. [more]

 


Michael Grunwald is a highly qualified professional with almost 20 years' experience in the field of intercultural communication, training and management. After completing his undergraduate BA (Honours) degree in Psychology and Human Geography at Sydney University, he relocated to Germany in 1983. In 1989 he attained national German accreditation as a German-English translator and in 1995 he completed a post-graduate degree (Diplom) in Work & Organisational Psychology at Osnabrück University, specialising ... [more]



Michael Kimmig - born 1965 - has worked since 1990 as a trainer and coach; since 2000 he has been living and working in a foreign country. Both in work and private life, he keeps changing between different work contexts and cultures - intercultural communication and co-operation are in the centre of his everyday life. He trains and coaches individuals and teams who are confronted in their work with different cultural communication and work styles, perspectives and ways of working, attitudes and ... [more]



Malgorzata Kopka was born in Wroclaw, Poland and is now based in Warsaw. Her training expertise lies in the fields of intercultural communication, non-violent conflict management, international project management and training skills development. She also teaches European Administration Management courses at the FHVR Berlin and Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Through her work in international organisations such as the German-Polish Youth Work Association and the Heinrich Böll Foundation she ... [more]



Paul Langley started his career 26 years ago, working to raise awareness of the need for social justice, helping to set up a small charity in the City of Leeds, UK. Since then, he has worked in both urban and rural environments in the UK, providing and managing the development and delivery of public services. within both single culture and multicultural communities, and for the past 7 years as a trainer within a public service provider. As well as some voluntary experience in Sri Lanka and Uganda, he also ... [more]


Intercultural Glossary

Key elements of intercultural communication and cooperation

Workshops in Luxembourg

Travailler avec succès en situation interculturelle

Erfolgreich in der interkulturellen Zusammenarbeit

 

Info: Radius Luxembourg

application form (pdf)

 

new book publications

Kulturelle Vielfalt – neue Herausforderungen für kollegiale Zusammenarbeit und Personalführung Scheitza, Leenen, Groß, Grosch

Kulturfairness in der Personalauswahl Leenen, Scheitza, Stumpf

„Wieso sitze ich hier?“ – Widerstände in Fortbildungen zur Interkulturellen Kompetenz in Verwaltungsorganisationen Scheitza, Düring-Hesse

Interkulturelle Kompetenz als Anforderungsmerkmal in der Personalauswahl Leenen, Scheitza, Stumpf

Interkulturelle Öffnung der Verwaltung. Konzepte, Probleme, Beispiele Uske, Scheitza, Düring-Hesse, Fischer

 

further publications

 

Die Kunst des Brückenbauens

Standpunkte zur Vermittlung interkultureller Kompetenzen

Alexander Scheitza im Gespräch mit Prof. Juliana Roth in mondial - SIETAR Journal für interkulturelle Perspektiven 1/2010