Creating a Culture of Connectedness
LENGTH OF SESSION:
One full day (9 to 5) with three breaks (lunch break and two tea breaks)
In a world where a click of a button creates global business opportunities, forward-thinking professionals understand that tapping into what business people all over the world have in common is the first step to improving business communication and overcoming demographic obstacles. Recognizing that we are all ultimately focused on the business priority and making efforts to connect in a human, high-touch way builds long-lasting business relationships. Join India’s Business Etiquette Expert, Kshama Choudhary and learn best practices for creating a culture of connectedness.
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS SESSION?
Members of all types of organizations such as: businesses (large and small), law enforcement and health care professions, government departments and agencies, non-profit groups and educational institutions. Both young and old employees would benefit from this training. Earlier is better but it is never too late to change the practices of those employees that are perceived to be “stuck in their ways”.
After completing this session, participants will be better able to:
- Develop their social intelligence and make long-lasting business contacts.
- Increase their confidence and build a culture of connectedness.
- Overcome communication challenges.
- Conduct business more confidently, with a range of professionals from other countries and cultures.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS SESSION:
- What is a culture of connectedness?
- How does culture relate to civility?
- Seven Ways We’re All The Same
Poise7 Certificate on Creating a Culture of Connectedness in affiliation with The Center For Organizational Cultural Competence, Canada.