Have you experienced cultural differences, making communication difficult?
Is the conversation hampered by your perceptions of the situation?
Can prejudices interfere with professionalism?
Have you experienced these issues, the course ‘ Intercultural Communication ‘ gives you useful knowledge to help you in your daily work .
WHAT DO WE COVER?
- You will have greater confidence to communicate across different cultures and will have gained knowledge about the importance of culture in communication.
- You will learn questioning techniques and techniques of active listening in a cultural context that will enhance your cultural awareness – and self-discovery.
- Culture and Communication – what is it? Theory and practice.
- What is the connection between culture and communication ? – How can cultural differences inhibit your communication?
- Is the study of other cultures useless?
- ‘ Them ‘ – who are they? Where do we get our knowledge and stereotypes from?
- How different cultures view status, hierarchy and authority?
- Intercultural communication – what and how?
WHERE & WHEN
Kødbyen, 1711, Copenhagen.
SIGN UP NOW
Send an email to Anne Lindhardt at firstname.lastname@example.org – with the subject ‘ Intercultural Communication ‘. You will then receive confirmation by return.
6500 , – DKr. price excludes VAT and catering. Including materials.
Limited spaces available.
MA in Psychology, Teacher Education and Chinese.
Senior Communications Adviser in effective communication across cultures .
Communications Consultant with many Danish and international companies.
Kommunikation & Kultur Director and Head Consultant.
Read more at linkedin.com/in/annelindhardt
MA in Political Anthropology.
Works with cultural understanding, human interaction and produces reports on cultural analysis for ministries, companies and research institutions.
Fieldwork in Beirut and a Lecturing position in “The Middle East and North Africa” at the University of Copenhagen.
Director of Human Culture.
Currently completing a PhD in Anthropology and gang behaviour.
Read more on www.humanculture.dk