Global Citizenship, Etiquette & Protocols
A Skills Enrichment & Business Management Training Course
Course Code: SPP-EX-4001
In reality, we now live in a global community with a myriad of opportunities for trade and interaction with individuals and businesses with vastly different cultures. Consequently, what's normal in one culture can vary widely and be very offensive in another.
Global Citizenship, Etiquette and Protocols, is must take training course that examines the concept of global citizenship and its importance in a highly globalized social and business environment. More central to this programme of training is the examination and analysis of a range of protocols on a country by country basis and how these can be leveraged to drive solid business relations, social interactions and advance thinking as a global citizen.
Learning Objectives & Outcomes Global Citizenship, Etiquette & Protocols
In this course you will learn about:
The Changing World of Work & Business - In this session we examine the unfolding nature of global business and the connective power of communities and cultures on the development and emergence of "global citizens". This session also proposes global citizenship as a naturally emerging factor that demands a developmental response by professionals, local businesses, business sectors and key elements of the workforce
Global Cultures & Protocols - Cultures and cultural practices define and can have differing impacts upon business outcomes. In this interactive session we examine a range of country by country business-cultural practices, expected behaviours & protocols
Global Thinking in Business - The strength of business in today's environment is highly dependent on leaders who think global and nurture a team of global thinkers. What does this mean and some of the fundamental steps for positioning as a global citizens
1 session - 2 hours
6:00pm to 8:00pm
Registration and payment for this training course is a prerequisite to participation.
Upon payment, your registration will be processed within a maximum of one working day, after which you will receive notification by email with confirmation of registration and access codes to this course.
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