Posts Tagged "intercultural training"

Meet Heather Warne – Japanese language student at Euroasia

You may have seen Heather Warne in the Mitre 10 ad currently running on TV.  Or at one of the many theatre productions she has been part of over the past few years.  A long-term client of Euroasia, she progressed from the Japanese Level 1 course in 2010 to the...

Using English effectively

No matter how good we are at foreign languages, the fact remains that a lot of the time we will viagra canadian pharmacy be communicating with non-native speakers of English – in English! We may find ourselves using English with non-native speakers in business meetings, either at home or...

Why you need a good interpreter

This is really funny. Catherine Tate plays an interpreter that had to stand in at the last minute because the professional didn't turn up.  All of us hold prejudices and stereotypes, and this short video shows us some of the subconscious ones. My apologies if you find this offensive....

How does knowing another language make you more money?

Times are tough. People are worried that they might lose their jobs as the unemployment rate starts creeping up. Job summit or no job summit. As always, during difficult times, the ones worst hit are the ones who are lacking in qualifications and experience. It's time to upskill. It...

How to develop cross cultural empathy

Understand how learning a foreign language helps you develop greater cross cultural empathy. In this video, I share some observations on best generic propecia how you can better understand people from other cultures. Euroasia offers cross cultural communications courses and cross cultural solutions to people who work across cultures....

Is culture ever wrong?

It's almost a truism that liberally-minded, progressive people of the world make an effort to understand and appreciate other people's cultures, no matter how different they might be from our own.  We might find practices ranging from arranged marriages to initiation ceremonies among Papuan tribes people a little strange,...

Cross-cultural training

It is a truism to state that, as companies wishing to operate successfully in the global economy, we need a global perspective. What is perhaps less widely appreciated is that a key part of that perspective is a real understanding of the people we are working with. We have...