Traveling To ____ (Country X or World Region Y, e.g. China, Ukraine, USA, India, Brazil, Eastern Europe, West Africa, etc.)

TRAVELING TO INDIA

Traveling to India is a full-day workshop that provides business professionals with an orientation to the social, professional, and practical day-to-day realities of short-term assignments in India. Special attention is given to building credibility quickly and priorities for your first days and weeks on the ground in India. The program also explores the ways that cultural differences and values can impact the workplace, social environment, and even basic communication. Topics include: Social interaction and communication styles, the diversity of the Indian workforce, the roles of relationship-building, the influence of Indian educational and economic systems, and practical information on business protocols, transportation, money, basic language, and gift-giving.


TRAVELING TO CHINA

Traveling to China is a full-day workshop that provides business professionals with an orientation to the social, professional, and practical day-to-day realities of short-term assignments in China. Special attention is given to building credibility quickly and priorities for your first days and weeks on the ground in China. The program also explores the ways that cultural and value differences can impact the workplace, social environment, and even basic communication. Topics include: Social interaction and communication styles, the importance of “face” and relationship-building in China, the current Chinese political and economic systems, and practical information on business protocols, money, taxis, and gift-giving.


TRAVELING TO THE USA

Traveling to the USA is a full-day workshop that provides business professionals with an orientation to the social, professional, and practical day-to-day realities of short-term assignments in the United States. Special attention is given to building credibility quickly and priorities for your first days and weeks on the ground in the US. The program also explores the ways that cultural differences and values can impact the workplace, social environment, and even basic communication. Topics include: Social interaction and direct communication styles, the diversity of the US workforce, the influence of US history and geography on its business culture, and practical information on business protocols, transportation, money, etiquette, and networking.