Communicating in a Global Context

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Overview

Understand and master strategies for interpersonal encounters, including conflict resolution, in multicultural environments.

Working in a global, cross-cultural role requires effective communication with individuals and groups from different parts of the world. Your success depends on your ability to work effectively with people who may understand and react to situations differently. Therefore, your ability to communicate effectively is a critical requirement. This course uses a dynamic and engaging approach to develop the skills for effective communication in international business settings. We will cover techniques and methods for handling interpersonal encounters in multicultural environments.

You will leave the course with stronger communication skills, knowledge, insights and experiences necessary to be a successful international manager.

What you'll 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
  • Start Date
    25 June 2019
  • Programme duration
    6 weeks
  • Estimated effort
    10 to 12 hours per week
  • Fee
    R3345
  • Institution
    ASUx
  • Language
    English
Start Dates
  • 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 behavioural processes and specific examples of how people communicate in different cultures 

Meet Student Advisors

Arlene Lanser

Pearson Student Advisor

Meet our Faculty

Mansour Javidan

Garvin Distinguished Professor