Cross-Cultural Training PPT Presentation

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21+ slides on cross-cultural regional attributes: Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, North American, and Latin America, 22 slides on Religious belief systems & Practices, 7 slides on Non-verbal languages across cultures, 19 slides on noting the global challenges and looking for intercultural/cross-cultural opportunities, 9 tips dealing with cultural differences, tips and techniques on intercultural adjustments for expatriates, 15 slides on Intercultural Dialogue tips and techniques

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Cross-Cultural Training : 

Cross-Cultural Training

Program Objectives (1 of 3) : 

Program Objectives (1 of 3) To journey into the world of multiculturalism. To comprehend the global aspect of interculturalism. To understand different cultures in this era of global environment. To comprehend the challenges & opportunities of intercultural negotiation. Page 2

Program Objectives (2 of 3) : 

Program Objectives (2 of 3) Invite to see opportunities & innovative strategies in a diverse workforce. Manage to interact fruitfully with people of unique values & backgrounds. Enhance your competitive positioning through understanding the different values of people. Expatriates: learn the tips for adaptation in an intercultural environment. Page 3

Program Objectives (3 of 3) : 

Program Objectives (3 of 3) Enrich your organizational strategies & outcomes. Improve interactivity in a cross-cultural environment. Understand the religious beliefs & practices that shape behaviors. Underline stereotypes & prejudices that take place into our understanding of other cultures. Page 4

A Challenge: : 

A Challenge: Please write words that relate to “Culture” Page 5

A Challenge: Words : 

A Challenge: Words Did any of the following words appear into your definition? For Culture: Human Activity Values Backgrounds Particular Social Groups Symbolic Arts Customs Habits Cultivate Characteristics Beliefs Values Behaviors Page 6

Definition: Culture : 

Definition: Culture A perceptual structure of human activities that include, behaviors, values, arts, beliefs, languages, custom, dress, rituals, manners, religion, laws, morality, & code of honors. Page 7

A Challenge : 

A Challenge Please write words that relate to “Cross - Culture” Page 8

A Challenge: Words : 

A Challenge: Words For Cross Culture: Cultural Interaction Global Intercultural (Syn) Human Activities Together Interdisciplinary Orientation Two or more Different Cultures Cultural Spheres Multiple Cultures Understanding Languages Did any of the following words appear into your definition? Page 9

Definition: Cross-Cultural : 

Definition: Cross-Cultural Interacting with &/or comparing two or more cultures, & understanding their values, beliefs, & norms. Page 10

Cross-Cultural Training (1 of 2) : 

Cross-Cultural Training (1 of 2) Training provides you the sources, tips, & techniques. Allows you to be proficient in certain skills, competencies or knowledge. Page 11

Cross-Cultural Training (1 of 2) : 

Cross-Cultural Training (1 of 2) Cross-cultural training will enable you to gain knowledge, skills, & competencies. To understand different cultures’ values, beliefs, & norms. Page 12

Aspects of Cross-Culture : 

Aspects of Cross-Culture Age Cultures Ethnicity Country Gender Values Customs Page 13

Aspects of Cross-Culture: Age : 

Aspects of Cross-Culture: Age Age level plays certain role within cultures with differing personality traits. Youngsters are obliged to respect the elderly. Some cultures do not put much emphasis in the above traits & have their own considerations. Page 14

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About This Product: To download this entire “Cross-Cultural” PowerPoint presentation visit: ReadySetPresent.com155 slides include: 21+ slides on cross-cultural regional attributes: Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, North American, and Latin America, 22 slides on Religious belief systems & Practices, 7 slides on Non-verbal languages across cultures, 19 slides on noting the global challenges and looking for intercultural/cross-cultural opportunities, 9 tips dealing with cultural differences, 9 slides of tips and techniques on intercultural adjustments for expatriates, 15 slides on Intercultural Dialogue tips and techniques, 5 slides on negotiation across cultures, 8 slides on conflict resolution across cultures, how to’s and more. Royalty Free - Use Them Over and Over Again.