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Event “Cultural Competence for the Global Workplace”
When Friday, March 22, 2013 at 6:00pm
Where Rafik B. Hariri Building Fisher Colloquium, Room 490
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The ability to understand and work effectively with people from a variety of different cultures is an essential skill in today's increasingly global business environment. In this presentation by Craig Storti, Founder, “Communicating Across Cultures,” you will learn about key cultural differences in worldview, values, and attitudes between North Americans and people from other regions (Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East). You hear how those differences affect everyday business interactions and how to address some of the most common cultural disconnects. Cultural competence -- understanding where other people are coming from and how it differs from where you are coming from -- is the key to success in today's multicultural workplace. Registration for 120 attendees is on a first-come-first-served basis for this Friday, March 22nd event. An opening Networking Reception begins at 6:00 pm; the program begins at 6:30 pm in the Fisher Colloquium, Rafik Hariri Building.

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