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If you work in pairs, you might want to use this link to meet your partner:
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Think of an activity or a game connected to Intercultural Competence to carry out with your target audience (students or business executives). Choose one of the following options:
1. to raise cultural awareness to communicate better
2. to know yourself as a step for understanding others better
Each participant will post a recording. If you have teamed up, please upload the recording of your team meeting where you discuss these games/activities. To create the video, you may want to use Zoom, Screencast-o-Matic, Screencastify, or any other free screen sharing tool.
Please remember to comment on at least one other post.
Remember to respond at least one participant of the course.
After watching the following brief video tutorials on different cultural aspects from different countries, share the inputs that you experience in your country.
Note: The views of the contributors do not claim to be promoted a single truth about the cultural aspects.
Watch the TedX video by Pellegrino Riccardi, a cross-cultural expert and share your reflections.
Please share your reflections or comments and respond to at least 1 participant of the course.
Note: You can share your reflections using Poodll or Online text.
What are the key differences in negotiating styles globally?
Refer to this link for more information: http://www.forbes.com/2010/02/24/effective-presentation-skills-leadership-careers-rosenthal.html
Please remember to respond to at least one other member of the course.
Use this support forum for questions, to add comments, and make suggestions.