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Anne-Helene Gutierres

Anne-Hélène Guitierres, Requenne


Anne-Hélène Guitierres, RequenneAnne-Hélène is fluent in French, English and have a high proficiency of Spanish. Experienced Cross-Cultural Trainer comfortable working in international work environments. Specializes in raising cultural awareness and building cross-cultural skills to meet globalisation objectives. Proven ability to conduct pre-departure, re-entry cultural orientations as well as multinational team building and coaching sessions.

Between 1995 and 2001, she conducted training for Window on the World, a cross-cultural training firm based in Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA). As a trainer, Anne-Hélène specialized in European trainings and worked with diverse corporate audiences. She facilitated pre-departure training for expatriate families moving all over the world and group sessions for employees of Fortune 500 companies. As a Director of Curriculum, she oversaw all the training and development programs that were offered for the global training workforce.
Now based in Paris, owning her own business. Her activity includes: Cross Cultural competency assessment, coaching sessions, pre-departure, post-arrival and re-entry programs for groups, individuals and families (including kids’ programs). She also conducted sessions on negotiation techniques and tactics for the European Commission (Brussels) with a focus on conflict management.

She holds a B.A and an M.A in Speech Communication from the University of Minnesota, as well as an Associate Degree in Marketing from the Institut Européen de Communication et de Publicité in Paris.

Anne-Hélène was a Board Member of SIETAR France (Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research). She was part of the organizing committee for conferences in Budapest (2003) and France (2005).

Anne-Hélène is certified with the IDI (Intercultural Development Inventory), the ICS (Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory).

Hobbies: Anne-Hélène graduated from the theatre school “Le Cours Florent” in Paris (2009).