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Managing social interaction in a foreign setting

Etiquette and what is considered good appearance is central to success both at home and at work. A study of MBA students at Stanford emphasizes the importance of small talk, the study shows that the ability to speak in social settings is the best indicator of success in the business world *. The ability to build relationships with new people is therefore a key competence for many professions.

This is a skill most people have acquired through upbringing and experience over time. But what is considered good etiquette and good topics for short informal conversations vary greatly between countries and cultures. When working internationally, it may be useful to raise awareness about these differences and how to achieve the biggest possible impact.

The ASC course about social interaction in a foreign setting coveres topics such as international customs, and small talk, put in context. The course has both theoretical and practical sections, so that participants have the opportunity to implement the knowledge and techniques discussed.

The course held on site at your company and is suitable for anyone working with others from different cultures. Please contact us for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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