"That By All Means I Might Save Some" - Apostle Paul

Cross-cultural humanitarian training to help non-profits succeed, whether across the country or across the world.

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Humanitarians struggle abroad. And Most of it can be avoided. 

Humanitarian work is hard. And so many humanitarians are back home much earlier than expected. But not because they burned out in the field. They leave the because they’re overwhelmed by cross-cultural challenges that could have been identified and addressed before they left home.

 

Why the non-profits You Know
Trust Go Culture

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Start up is simple

Our no-hassle set up process makes getting started a breeze

Easy to use

Our training is super-intuitive and accessible from every device

Humanitarian Success

Better equipped humanitarians means more people reached

HOW IT WORKS.
IT’S SIMPLE & EASY.

FOR THE Admin:

PICK YOUR PLAN (WE CAN HELP)

ACCESS YOUR DASHBOARD

DISTRIBUTE YOUR LICENSE KEYS

Monitor User Progress

FOR THE Missionary:

RECEIVE YOUR LICENSE KEY

LOGIN TO YOUR ACCOUNT

Take The Assessment

COMPLETE YOUR TRAINING

Succeed in the field

Talk with an ambassador to pick the training plan you need to help your people successfully navigate their next cross-cultural mission.

Pricing

Contact an ambassador to find the plan that’s right for you.

Short-Term

(includes forever access to Go Culture for Life continuing education program)

Want to ensure those engaged in your short-term humanitarian efforts have the tools they need to succeed in the field?

Intercultural competence

  • Communication Initiation
  • Openness
  • Social Inclusion
  • Managing Change
  • Flexibility
  • Managing Uncertainty
  • Empowerment
  • Task Confidence
  • Resilience

Leadership

  • Relating
  • Adapting
  • Leading

External Support

  • Family Support
  • Organizational Support
  • Spiritual Support

Long-Term

(includes forever access to Go Culture for Life continuing education program)

 

Want to make sure those engaged in your long-term humanitarian efforts have the tools they need to thrive over the long haul?

Intercultural competence

  • Communication Initiation
  • Openness
  • Social Inclusion
  • Managing Change
  • Flexibility
  • Managing Uncertainty
  • Empowerment
  • Task Confidence
  • Resilience

Leadership

  • Relating
  • Adapting
  • Leading

External Support

  • Family Support
  • Organizational Support
  • Spiritual Support

Every humanitarian plan includes:

Research-based assessment

Transition-Readiness Results

Targeted Online Training Videos

Go Culture Certification

Go Culture for Life Continuing Ed

Training Tip Smart Notifications

Clients Served

Countries Reached

Years of Research

Rate of Accuracy

MEET YOUR
GLOBAL AMBASSADORS

Dalton Dickerson, Go Culture Global Ambassador and Business Cross-Cultural Training Consultant

Stephen Wickliffe

Ambassador

I was born and raised in Texas, own a pair of cowboy boots,

have ridden a horse twice, and confess to watching seasons of Walker Texas Ranger, but my passion is exploring new countries and cultures. As an avid world traveler and Mission Pastor with 17 years of experience, my exploration has taught me to always listen more than you talk, try everything at least once, and always know the word for "restroom" in whatever country you are visiting.  Much of the same is true with properly equipping individuals and families for cross-cultural relocation…  Listen more than you talk and explore your options until you find what works best!  I am a Go Culture Ambassador today because of my real-world experience using the assessment to evaluate and train cross-cultural workers.  Go Culture already has and will continue to greatly improve the effectiveness and reduce the attrition rate of cross-cultural workers around the world.  I hope to have the chance to meet with you over a cup of coffee to learn more about you and share the story of Go Culture.

Dalton Dickerson, Go Culture Global Ambassador and Business Cross-Cultural Training Consultant

Wes Crawford, Ph.D.

Ambassador

I have spent 20 years working in churches as a minister

and in the classroom as a professor. In both of these settings, I have seen the desperate need for something like Go Culture. Churches eager to send missionaries around the world and Christians passionate to engage ministry around the globe have wasted time, energy, and money because they lacked awareness and training. I jumped aboard the Go Culture team because I believe in its mission and I want to share this tremendous tool with churches and missionaries. When I am not preaching or teaching, I love to spend time with my wife and our four children in Tyler, TX. We love to travel, watch movies together, and play with the newest member of the family, our miniature golden doodle puppy, Simba.

Dalton Dickerson, Go Culture Global Ambassador and Business Cross-Cultural Training Consultant

Justin Velten, Ph.D.

Ambassador

Justin Velten grew up in Missouri, the youngest son of a blue-collar heritage.

After becoming a first-generation college graduate at College of the Ozarks, he earned a Masters in Communication from Abilene Christian University where he met his bride, Laura. While teaching full time, Justin earned a Ph.D. in Intercultural Communication from Regent University. Now in his 13th year as a university professor, he teaches Intercultural Communication at The University of Texas at Tyler.

Dr. Velten’s research on acculturation has been published in respected scholarly journals such as Intercultural Communication Studies, the Texas Speech Communication Journal, and the Journal of Cross-Cultural Family Studies. He has been invited to speak in Canada, Poland, Hong Kong, Moscow, and across the U.S. about his research, and has participated in or led numerous missions and study abroad trips.

Dr. Velten has also led consulting initiatives for both local and multi-national organizations. Alongside teaching, research, and consulting, Dr. Velten has devoted much of his spare time and expertise to preparing missionaries for cross-cultural experiences.

Working alongside one of this century’s most-revered Intercultural Communication scholars, Dr. Carley H. Dodd, Velten has continually implemented and tested the Go Culture program for over a decade. Upon Dodd’s retirement, Dr. Velten revamped this prestigious programming to continue Dodd’s legacy by serving a more broad audience.