This course takes a dynamic and engaging approach to teaching students how to communicate effectively in international business settings. This course will cover techniques and methods for dealing with interpersonal encounters in multicultural settings. You will learn best practises for global negotiating, resolving conflicts, and making decisions across cultural boundaries. Working in a global, cross-cultural role necessitates effective communication with people and groups from all over the world. A leader's success is determined by his or her ability to work effectively with people who perceive and react to situations differently.
Learners will leave with improved communication skills, knowledge, insights, and experiences needed to be a successful international manager.
In this course, you will learn :
- Models of culture, communication and cross-cultural communication interactions and how business relationships are impacted
- To develop an empirical understanding of how cultures of the world compare to one another
- To evaluate the impact of cultural differences on managerial communication
- To be an effective communicator in a cross-cultural setting
- Influences of personal and cultural “baggage” on cognitive, affective, and cross-cultural behavioral processes and specific examples of how people communicate in different cultures