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Communication And The Gloabl Community Essay

540 words - 3 pages


FEBRUARY 26, 2014
One of the most important factors to remember it that not all countries have the same believes and cultures. This would be the case for expanding business to the United Arab Emirates, Israel, Mexico, and China. In order to whip crews in shape to effectively function in these countries, they must endure long hours, intense training, communication woes, and preparing for a life changing experience.
* What would your students need to know in regards to high- and low-context language, language diversity, interaction, nonverbal communication, and so forth?
Employees must realize that in terms of high/low context communication, there is little to no nonverbal communication. ...view middle of the document...

Whereas, the United States celebrate Easter as the Resurrection of our Christ, in the United Arab Emirates they celebrate Ramadan.
* What are some of the nonverbal communication aspects that they should know?
Employees should be aware that nonverbal communication in other countries can be found offensive and it should not be used. Such as in China, placing your fist in the inside of your arm above the elbow means “Damn you,” with that being said, nonverbal communication should be limited to avoid offending the country natives. Using an interrupter is strongly recommended.
* After receiving the training, should they still use an interpreter?
After receiving the training, all employees should still use an interpreter. Interpreters should be used until all employees feel they are comfortable using the native language and nonverbal actions without disrespect.
* What are the pros and cons of using an interpreter in these countries?  
Helping to translate information such as orders and questions is the pro of using an interpreter; however, using an interrupter can be confusing and time consuming. This is the con that will slow down your daily day to day actions. The faster one learns and adjust, the better.

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