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What is the Transcultural Caravan?

We believe that tolerance and a willingness to resolve conflict is necessary but not sufficient to meet twenty-first century’s economic, political, cultural, and other challenges. What we need is a new type of leadership and the capacity to cooperate as well as to define globally shared interests and values!

Therefore, we have designed an extraordinary project encouraging research, a worldwide dialogue, and the spread of sustainable ideas for our common future: the Transcultural Caravan a hub of global thinking.

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  • Transcultural Leadership Summit 2017

    For the second time now, we are co-hosting the Transcultural Leadership Summit. This year, we welcome Sub-Saharan Africa for our regional focus and address topics such as solutions for the globalization of value chains, the ethics of African leadership, urbanism and its potential, success stories of African start-ups and many more. Like last year, we…

    11/16/2017
  • Past: Kick-Off: Transcultural Research Group on Hong Kong

    Introducing our Transcultural Research Group “Transculturality or Hybridity? The Case of Hong Kong” to students at Zeppelin University, with the opportunity to find out more about the project by Group Manager Ross and the Transcultural Caravan by Project Manager Julika.  

    04/21/2017
  • PAST: Transcultural Leadership Summit

    We are co-hosting the first Transcultural Leadership Summit on the conceptualization of new challenges of leadership and the interdisciplinary exchange of leading executives as well as young brilliant minds.

    10/14/2016

The Transcultural Caravan is initiated and executed by

LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE INSTITUTE ZEPPELIN | LEIZ

The LEIZ is kindly sponsored by

KARL SCHLECHT PUBLIC BENEFIT FOUNDATION | KSG

»There can be no culture except where there is some consensus. Consensus is a matter of understanding. It is transmitted through communication, through example and through participation in a common life.«

Robert Ezra Park, est. early 1920s