Craig Storti is the director of Communicating Across Cultures, specializing in the design and delivery of seminars in intercultural communications, cross-cultural business dynamics, expatriation and repatriation, cultural diversity, and managing the multicultural/global workforce—for clients from government, business, military, and the education sectors.

Portrait of Craig Storti Craig Storti is a nationally known figure in the field of intercultural communications and cross-cultural adaptation and the author of several standard works, including Culture Matters, a cross-cultural workbook used by the U. S. government in over 90 countries, as well as:

Americans At Work: A Guide to the Can-Do People
Speaking of India
The Art of Crossing Cultures
The Art of Coming Home
Cross-Cultural Dialogues
Figuring Foreigners Out
Old World/New World: Americans and Europeans

Craig Storti has over twenty-five years of experience training businessmen and women, diplomats, civil servants, and foreign aid workers in understanding and working effectively with people from other cultures and diverse backgrounds. As a trainer and consultant, Mr. Storti has advised Fortune 500 companies on international joint ventures and expat/repat issues, led cross-cultural workshops for international agencies and organizations on four continents, and assisted numerous corporations and government agencies to better manage global teams and a culturally diverse workforce.

A popular speaker, Craig Storti is represented by the European Speakers Bureau, and he has also written for a number of national magazines and major newspapers, including The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and the Chicago Tribune. He has lived nearly a quarter of his life abroad—with extended stays in Muslim, Hindu, and Buddhist cultures—and speaks French, Arabic, and Nepali.

Mr. Storti is also the director of intercultural programs for the Toronto-based training group prolearningonline.com.
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