communicating-intercultural communication2020-04-06T23:03:53+00:00


Date & Location: TBD

Price $135


Brian Rogers

Interview Skills Training, Communication Training, Expert in US-Style Business Presentations, Author

Workshop Goals and Objectives

To better understand how to communicate with people from other cultures and backgrounds.

Expected Outcomes

  • Develop a sense of empathy with regards to the cultures and backgrounds of others
  • Understand the difference between high and low context cultures
  • Understand the difference between individualistic and collectivistic cultures


As businesses continue to grow and expand beyond their home country's borders, it's becoming more and more likely that you will be regularly interacting with people from other cultures. This presents business managers with many opportunities to learn and grow if they have the proper mindset.

This course is designed to help you develop a greater sense of empathy towards people from other cultures so that you can always develop positive, meaningful relationships that will grow your business and your career.

We will discuss some of the major differences between cultures, some of the common mistakes people make when interacting with foreigners and how to quickly adapt to a new culture when traveling or living abroad.



WINGS Leadership Coach

Brian Rogers is one of the world's leading communication training experts. He specializes in helping executives refine their presence to deliver powerful public speeches and sales teams deliver amazing pitches.

He also works with professionals on improving their interview skills and has written a book on the subject called The 3x3 Interview Prep Method, available on

He currently teaches classes at NYU and Fordham that focus on business communication, intercultural communication, leading global organizations and managing in the global economy.

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