Are you new to Holland and confused by Dutch corporate culture? This intensive boot camp will give you all the insight, practical soft skills, and confidence you need to make the most of your career in the Netherlands.
If you’re new to Holland, a lot of things may be different from what you're used to in the workplace. For example, Dutch colleagues expect you to always say what you think – even if it means contradicting your boss. And you can expect them to comment on your work, too. Dutch jobs come with a lot of freedom – and a lot of responsibility, right from the start. What's the best way to handle that? And all those seemingly endless meetings – how do you ever get things done? How do you move decisions in the right direction, when it's unclear who's in charge of making them?
All these unfamiliar things can frustrate you and make you feel like you're not performing at your best. Fortunately, many of the skills you need to work effectively and rewardingly in the Netherlands can be learned. And once you've learned them, you may join the ranks of the many professionals who wouldn't want to live without them.
Also, read the article: "The expat's guide to working in Dutch high tech".
€ 575,00 excl. VAT
Online (GMT +2)
How participants recommend this training to others:
(average score of last 3 editions)
26-06-2020 | 09:00 - 17:00
You'll learn the history behind the Netherlands' unique approach to work, and why it's a plus in ...
You'll learn the history behind the Netherlands' unique approach to work, and why it's a plus in the technology industry. You'll also practice the concrete day-to-day skills you need to survive – and thrive.
This intensive boot camp covers:
So all the major do's and sensitive issues - including what you definitely should'nt do!
Non-Dutch technology professionals working with Dutch colleagues, in the Netherlands or abroad. T...
Non-Dutch technology professionals working with Dutch colleagues, in the Netherlands or abroad. This in-depth course is designed for technology professionals engaged in complex system development.
Action learning, lectures, exercises, discussions, role-plays....
Action learning, lectures, exercises, discussions, role-plays.
Participants will receive a High Tech Institute course certificate for attending this training....
Participants will receive a High Tech Institute course certificate for attending this training.
The program provides a theoretically sound foundation, then turns it into practical action using ...
The program provides a theoretically sound foundation, then turns it into practical action using participants' specific, real-world situations. As a result, you can apply what you've learned the very next day. At the end of the course, you'll have a complete personal action plan to take forward.
This is a must-have training for people from different hierarchical and top down approach. The earlier after 6 months of working, the better.
'One of our Product Managers recommended this training to the group. She had attended a short lecture on this topic and according to her, being exposed to all those facts and tips would have helped her tremendously when she started in Netherlands 10 years ago. Having attended the day-long training myself now, I couldn’t agree more. The training packs in itself the “Basic 101” of understanding the Dutch at work and how to orient oneself to understand, appreciate, adapt and thrive. The trainer was able to convincingly link our “only-in-the-Netherlands” experiences to factual and cultural reasons. I am looking forward to applying this newly acquired insight in my day-to-day work and people interaction!'
‘Very useful, it was most interesting to see the different nationalities present and their views on Dutch culture.’
‘Very useful training which helps me to clarify a lot of ambiguity.’
‘Really helpful and to the point. It sheds light on many aspects of Dutch culture that I wasn’t aware of prior to joining. Exercises are the best bit.’
‘Claus is a very smart facilitator and efficient coach.’
‘Practical and useful: highly recommended to colleagues.’
‘Very useful. In-depth for one day. Very pleased.’