One person comes from a culture that believes "We're all human, aren't we?" Another person comes from a culture that says "Status is everything." What problems might occur as these two individuals try to communicate with each other? How might the development of interpersonal relationships be affected? How could work and school environments be influenced by these two views of social relations?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 1:30 am ad1c9bdddf
The main problem these two will have is on their ideological perspectives. One will discuss things from the perspective of how a decision makes people feel about themselves or others. The other will discuss what gains can be gotten from a decision. Neither of these is bad or incorrect, but it does serve to hightlight the experiences brought to decision making. Talking about a decision will take time, because the "human" person will want to ...
A discussion of how people with completely different cultural beliefs might have communication problems and how it might affect their relationships and the work environment.
Article about intercultual communications styles analysis
You have been asked to write an article for the company's internal newspaper. The article is about intercultural communication styles and how they affect oral and written communication. The article will propose tips and suggestions for how to interact with employees from all over the world.
You decide to do some research and interview people to see what strategies people employ to interact with people of different cultures. Interview at least three people you know to gather more information.
Write an article for the newsletter and website. The article's main topics should address these points:
Analyze the strategies that individuals (the ones you interviewed) use to communicate with other cultures.
Compile a list of do's and don'ts when communicating in an intercultural company environment.
Explain how to write effective e-mails, memos, and directions to a multicultural audience.
Explain how to deliver a presentation effectively to a multicultural audience (tips for nonverbal signals, gestures, and more).
Describe how different cultures influence one another in negotiation.