A Reflective Report on Interpersonal Management

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A Reflective Report on Interpersonal Management Skills

Module Code: 7BSP1010
Course: Interpersonal Management Skills
1 Tutor: Helen MacKinlay

Student Name: XU ZHANGYONG
Student Number: 13030219
Words: 1046
December 26th 2014

The purposes of this essay is to analyse the improtances of Interpersonal management skills for successful management, and to reflect on a verbal interpersonal cultural based difference people have personally experienced and how develop the cross cultural awareness for more effective management.

Interpersonal management skills for successful management
In the last decade, with the fast development of the business in the world, the interpersonal management skills have become important increasingly both
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Therefore, developing the self-management skills also should be paid more attention.

Verbal interpersonal cultural & Cross cultural awareness

In modern society, interpersonal communications refer to communication betwee two or more people. Meanwhile the verbal interpersonal communication is one of the major element for interpersonal communication, such as sounds and word choice, and it is the oral, spoken and unwritten way of the communication (Beebe, 2002). During the process of communication, most people will meet the situattion about the cross-cultural. cross-cultural can be defined as the interaction and comparison of different cultures (Beebe, 2002). Therefore, the verbal interpersonal communication and cross cultural awareness will be useful. In the following, I will reflect on the verbal interpersonal cultural based my experience and analyse how to develop cross cultural awareness.

Due to the cultural differences, some people who come from different counties will often have some misunderstanding in the team work or cooperation. I also meet this kind of problems in the presentation’s teamwork. In the process of cooperation, we have a lots of verbal communication, while some questions have different means for us. For example, “where are you going?” and “do you eat dinner?”, all of these questions are just greetings, but for my team members, these questions are their privacy. Thus, these
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