Intercultural Communication




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Intercultural Communication:
Interacting Effectively Across Cultures

Best Seller! To be successful in today’s increasingly diverse workplace, you need to train your employees how to communicate across cultural diversity. Intercultural Communication: Interacting Effectively Across Cultures is a complete training program to help your people avoid misunderstandings and communicate more effectively with other cultures.

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Benefits: With this expert training program, you’ll get the answers to these essential issues and many more:

  • Why some cultures might avoid giving straight answers
  • How to understand what’s really being said
  • How to read body language and nonverbal business communication
  • How to know when ‘yes’ might really mean ‘no’
  • What topics might be offensive and disrespectful with other cultures
  • Why some cultures prefer to avoid touching, eye contact, etc.
  • How to overcome language barriers and avoid translation disasters

With Intercultural Communicating: Interacting Effectively Across Cultures, you will:

  • Enjoy turnkey solutions: just pop in a DVD! Support materials make training even easier
  • Create dynamic learning: break up live training with colorful, engaging visuals
  • Provide outside expertise: our real-life scenarios are backed by a who’s who of content experts
  • Use visual learning: bring topics to life to achieve faster, more effective learning


  • DVD
  • Length: 45 min.
  • Genre: Docudrama; expert commentary, location footage and vignettes.

Support Materials:

  • Role plays
  • Exercises
  • Discussion questions
  • Script


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