Cross-Cultural Communication Public Workshops in Singapore in October 2010
09/19/2010

Cross-Cultural Communications Consultancy e2m brings a series of Cross-Cultural workshops to individuals who work, manage or interact with global / international teams from diverse cultures.

Online PR News – 19-September-2010 – – Singapore – Today’s global economy expects individuals to be culturally-aware, culturally-attuned and culturally-competent to interact effectively across cultural boundaries. Be they international assignees or host country professionals.

It is, therefore, to individuals’ advantage to understand better the ways of doing business in different cultural contexts. As well as communicating effectively with one another by observing non-verbal communication cues.

The presence of expatriates also changes the dynamics of today’s global workplace, both multi-nationally and multi-culturally. With this in mind, expat etiquette mentoring [e2m] brings a series of Cross-Cultural workshops in October 2010 to individuals who work, manage or interact with global / international teams from diverse cultures.

Topics for each workshop address the day-to-day Intercultural communication and workplace challenges. Besides leveraging on their Cross-Cultural knowledge, participants would acquire new skill sets through value-add workshops. Namely, Intercultural Diversity in the Workplace on the 9th October; Cross-Cultural Icebreakers - 5 Ways to Build Relationships on 14th and 16th October; and Cultural Intelligence [CQ] and its Role in Today’s Global Workplace on 15th October.

For enquiries and more details on these workshops, please contact Ange Teo of e2m.

About e2m expat etiquette mentoring:

Singapore-based e2m expat etiquette mentoring specialises in the areas of Conflict Resolution & Management; Third Culture Work Environment; and Cultural Intelligence [CQ] & Competency Acquisition. CQ is a new domain of intelligence that has immense relevance to the global economy.

For additional information or any other queries, please contact Ange Teo.