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Global Fluency 2.0: Cross-Cultural Communication for Business

The World Affairs Council Upstate, in partnership with Upstate SC Alliance, invites you to a half-day training session designed to develop strong and effective cross-cultural business skills.

The current global economy calls for employees to possess the necessary skills to interact effectively with people from different cultural backgrounds. Knowing how to market in an appropriate context, negotiate and not alienate, forge trust, and successfully communicate are keys to success. This workshop provides participants with the tools to be more fluent in any global business setting with a focus on the differences between Germany and France, and China and Japan.

Brad Gosche, senior director of the Global Fluency Institute in Columbus, Ohio, will lead the workshop.

The afternoon Panel Discussion will shed light on the do's and dont's of global business dealings as our expert panelists share their professional insight. You'll come away with a better understanding of why Global Fluency matters in the work place and how you and your employees can become more globally fluent.

To register, visit http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07eg0c5364390aaa73&llr=4w9vvofab&showPage=true.

Date & Time

April 23, 2019

10:00AM - 5:00PM

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Workshop, Lunch, Panel Discussion, and Reception: $150; Panel Discussion and Reception Only: $25

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