Motivating Your Employees
Standard Price: $ 225.00
Course Length: 1 day
Are you spending your time efficiently? More and more people are encountering stress, overwork, and the pressure of time constraints at work. Even the most organized person can sometimes feel overwhelmed and frustrated. Workloads seem impossible and chaotic and handling multiple assignments and demands from several people is the norm rather than the exception. It’s no secret that highly successful people are those who have learned to control their days. Time is our most precious and important resource and the ability to manage it effectively is a critical factor to success in today’s workplace. To help you achieve better results and higher productivity, this workshop will introduce you to practical ‘how-to’ techniques.
This instructor-led course teaches students the basics of cross-cultural business communication.
Students learn about how cultural differences affect speech, nonverbal and written communication.
Students learn how to identify cross-cultural barriers, work with interpreters and translators,
organize and participate in cross-cultural meetings, and handle negotiations and problem solving in
cross-cultural meetings. Students also learn about building relationships as well as teams across cultures.
Professional Etiquette development training is important in any job, and participants in this course will learn all the necessary skills to make the best impressions.
In today’s volatile and challenging business environment, you have to build successful work relationships and interact with people in a positive way to achieve your organizational goals. Now, discover the basic competencies critical to solid work relationships-and career success.
The first step in building better work relationships is to become aware of the differences among people and to be willing to accept these differences as a positive force within an organization. And it all starts with you. This seminar will prepare you to create better work relationships by becoming a ‘conscious communicator.’ You’ll return to work better able to build constructive and beneficial work relationships by learning how to analyze situations and consciously select and use productive communication strategies.