How to Effectively Communicate Using Cross Cultural Communication Practices

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How to Communicate Effectively in Cross-Cultural Communications Saundrea M. Grant Colorado Technical University ENG211-1102A-43 Phase 1, Individual Project April 11, 2011 How to Communicate Effectively in Cross-Cultural Communication Specific Purpose The objective of this presentation is to provide meaning and reasoning to the purpose and importance of cross-cultural communication (also known as intercultural communication) competency, and to explain the importance for institutions and organizations to not only provide cross cultural education and training effectively, but to also incorporate it into their ethics and corporate responsibility policy and procedures, as it affects and pertains to business relations, community…show more content…
This is especially critical in the use of technologies such as social media, emailing, ecommerce, blogging, twitting, texting, and other forms of electronic and wireless communications, where the sender must clearly and appropriately convey or share information and intent appropriately to the receiver(s). Topic Today, we are going to discuss and review How to Communicate Effectively in Cross-Cultural Communication. Credibility Statement My name is Saundrea Grant, and I am the Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of LQ Enterprise, a boutique consulting firm, consisting of professional service providers, who specialize in Communications and Business Development. LQ Enterprise was founded in 1999, when I began my pilgrimage into entrepreneurialism. I have a rather extensive background in administration, sales, marketing, communications and business development. In this capacity I have had the honor of meeting and working with Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, General Colin Powell, US Surgeon General Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, Morehouse College, San Francisco 49ers, Santa Clara County Fire Department, Contempo Realty, Boy’s and Girls Club of America, Lencoler Clinic, and many more wonderful organizations.. In 2001 I departed from PriceWaterhouseCoopers, the number one accounting firm in the
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