A Little Bit About Us


"Globalization is not a zero-sum game, but we need to hone our skills to stay in play."

Jon Meacham

commisceō 

(present infinitive commiscēre, perfect active commiscuī, supine commixtum)

  • mix or mingle together, intermingle, combine.
  • unite, bring together, join, mingle.
  • produce by mingling.

 

'Commisceo' is Latin, meaning of “to unite, to mix, to mingle.

In other words to bring about togetherness through interaction, understanding and knowledge transfer.


Cross Cultural Training

Our training helps raise awareness, break down barriers and improve collaboration.

When we deliver our services we do so with the positive intention that through understanding more about one another, we are able to get the best out of each other, regardless of culture.

 

15+ Years' Experience

Founded in the UK in 2004, we provided localization & language services as well as cross cultural training. 

In 2014, the language services part of the company were aqcuired and the training arm rebranded as a new entity, Commisceo Global Consultancy.


We Approach Cultural Training Differently

We believe it's unhealthy to dilute cultural awareness training down to dos and don'ts or a list of bullet points.

This is just information. This is skin deep and in fact, we argue, it’s counterproductive as it reinforces stereotypes and closes doors to alternative ways of thinking.

We take a different route. We emphasise self-critique, skills-based cultural understanding and experiential learning. Our focus is more on creating ‘global mindedness’.

 

Our Training & Consultancy Work

Much of what we do is designing bespoke training courses for businesses and organisations. We do this worldwide, in all languages, across sectors. These are either one-offs or can be much more detailed long-term projects.

In short, we specialise in finding solutions, building programmes, courses and content that help give people the skills needed to work globally and/or across cultures.

Have a look at some of our work.

 

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