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 Cross-Cultural Training

shanghaiAs the global economy is getting increasingly interwoven, intercultural understanding is getting more and more crucial for companies and small businesses conducting international businesses.  The need for cross-cultural training and orientation has grown tremendously for the last two decades.  Having lived in China and United States all her adult life, and has had an interracial marriage for nearly two decades, Jane Hu knows first hand what are the challenges facing people who live and/work in a different culture from their native one and how to learn to adapt and assimilate.

Using real-life examples and personal stories, Hu has conducted many sessions of cross-cultural trainings for American business people and executives who are sent to China for work and oriented their families and children with useful and helpful daily life tips.  She has shared business do’s and don’ts with American business community who work or will work with the Chinese.  Among others, she conducted successful cross-cultural training sessions for the US Olympics Committee and its US business sponsors in their preparation for the Beijing Olympics 2008.  Her strength in bilingual, bi-cultural backgrounds combined with her expansive experience working in many different areas in both countries has made her a seasoned professional in achieving communication beyond cultural boundaries.

Some of the clients and cross-cultural organizations she has worked with over the years include:

  • United States Olympics Committee (USOC)
  • Cultural Savvy
  • Cartus
  • Cendant Mobility
  • International Orientation Resources (IOR)
  • IDEX
  • MSI, Inc.
  • Bowne Global Solutions/Berlitz International