Training - Workforce Development
Cross Cultural Communication in The Workplace
Cross-cultural communication is essential to conducting a smoothly running and profitable business. In today’s workplace, we come from different countries and regions with different cultural backgrounds and biases. For example, different cultures value and organize time differently. Does getting the job done come first or does establishing personal relationships and trust come first? What is considered good manners? How do we express agreement or disagreement? How do we indicate, verbally or non-verbally, that we’re paying attention? What is our preferred method of problem-solving?