Tue, Sept 15|
WEBINAR - Tips for Intercultural Communication
Just starting your journey about intercultural communication? This webinar is for you!
Time & Location
Sept 15, 2020, 9:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m. EDT
About the Event
Tips for Intercultural Communication
Whether working with newcomer populations, coaching new Canadians on soft skills or international professionals on English Business Communications --- Evelina Silveira has a lot to share about intercultural communication.
In this webinar, you will gain a better appreciation for the cultural differences in communication styles which will help you to:
- Strengthen your relationships.
- Reduce conflict and misunderstanding.
- Strategize your negotiations.
- Achieve more productive meetings.
Tips for Intercultural Communication will:
- Address the fundamental differences in intercultural communication from both theoretical and practical viewpoints.
- Provide an overview of differences in non-verbal communication.
- Advise on dealing with language barriers over the phone.
- Detail considerations for writing and receiving international business correspondence from clients/teams.
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