Intercultural Trainings in English

I offer all my Intercultural trainings also in English. Be it regarding the preparation for or a reflection of your time abroad, a country training on Sweden, Ethiopia or Rwanda.

I also offer my training program as an online workshop and coaching for individuals and groups. Especially in the current Corona crisis, companies and organizations want to train their employees in order to remain able to act. I offer training for a wide range of intercultural institutions. First we meet to discuss the needed training content. Then I develop a training plan and we decide on the schedule together. There will be a mix of virtual time and group work or self-study time; online and offline times will complement each other in a balanced way. Participants take along valuable intercultural skills from the training. In the end there is a joint analysis of the results.
I respond quickly and easily and offer you the implementation of intercultural trainings online via Skype or zoom. Talk to me about how we can implement your needs accordingly! I have summarized my offers as follows:

– General intercultural training
– Dealing with Complexity and Ambiguity
– Country analysis and intercultural competence Ethiopia
– Country analysis and intercultural competence Sweden
– Country analysis and intercultural competence in Germany
– Country analysis and intercultural competence Rwanda
– Europe meets Africa, our view of Africa
– Asia meets Europe
– Intercultural preparation for India
– Development cooperation & sensibility of engagement
– Role as a volunteer abroad
– Reflection after returning

I offer the training in German, Swedish and English.
Formats: 1 day or several days, depending on needs and group size on zoom or Skype.
Participants: 1-7 people

My online training concept has been successfully implemented for the Academy for International Cooperation (AIZ) and intercultural coaching groups.

I offer thematic workshops for school classes on the following topics:
– Our view of Africa
– Everyday life of children in Africa
– What does happiness mean?
– Globalization, hunger & poverty
– Sense & senselessness of engagement
– Colonialism & Postcolonialism
– Fairtrade
– Refugees & causes of seeking refuge
– Stereotypes and intercultural perception

Anna Lena Johannsen, M.A., E.M.A.

– Studied at Uppsala University, Sweden: Master in Cultural Anthropology (focus on Africa)
– European Masters in Human Rights and Democratization (focus on rights of street children in Ethiopia)
– worked as development advisor and international staff at GIZ Rwanda from 2012 – 2016 and was in charge of the strategic conceptualization and implementation of GIZ’s rights-based programs.
– Anna Lena Johannsen is half-Swedish and feels at home in European cultures.
– She founded and is head of the children’s rights association – Dignity for Children
– As regional responsible she managed and evaluated projects for Bread for the World in West Africa
– Anna Lena Johannsen is a certified intercultural trainer (dgikt)

Her main training areas are the preparation for posting to Africa, country-specific preparation for Rwanda, Ethiopia and Sweden, the post-processing of assignments abroad, the mobilization of intercultural competence of volunteers, students, partnership groups or in cooperation with migrants as well as working with multicultural teams.

Strengthening intercultural skills in online workshops.

Get in touch with me to learn more about my online trainings.