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How to Skyrocket Your Communication Skills - 23 Awesome Tips!

This SlideShare will show you 23 awesome tips on how to negotiate with people around the world!
You can't expect negotiations with the French to be like negotiations with Americans, and the same holds true for every culture around the world.

British linguist Richard D. Lewis charted communication patterns as well as leadership styles and cultural identities in his book, "When Cultures Collide," which is now in a third edition. His organization offers classes in cross-cultural communication for clients like Unilever and BMW.

Although cultural generalizations can be overly reductive, Lewis, who speaks 10 languages, insists it can be done fairly. "Determining national characteristics is treading a minefield of inaccurate assessment and surprising exception. There is, however, such a thing as a national norm," he writes.

"How to Skyrocket Your Communication skills to Irresistible Levels" SlideShare presentation we made thanks to CrossCuture negotiating with people around the world!

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How to Skyrocket Your Communication Skills - 23 Awesome Tips!

  1. How To Skyrocket Your Corporate Communication Skills To Irresistible Levels In 23 Countries
  2.  For any business to develop in today's globalized environment, cultural barriers in communication must be understood and overcome.
  3. Studies report productivity increase by 30% through cross-cultural communication training
  4. and 72% of companies that fail to provide them report frequent miscommunication issues during global business dealings.
  5. Richard D. Lewis, British linguist at CrossCulture, has now charted communication patterns followed by business cultures in 23 different countries.
  6. National Communication Patterns By CrossCulture
  7. Polish business communications rely on emotional appeals, strategic aggression, and factual dialogue ending in final pragmatic conclusions.
  8. Americans prefer clarifying their objectives right from the get-go, and push for concessions on both ends of the table to reach a rapid conclusion.
  9. As with Americans, Canadian business culture tends to embrace directness, but seeks greater harmony through its dialogue and actions.
  10. They prefer building up to professional matters, first establishing a rapport, after which they tend to stall while negotiating.
  11. Relies on fact-oriented discussions around metrics from past trends to propose a future course, and will undergo few rounds of counter-proposals before reaching an agreement.
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