Communicating in a Globalizing World: Back-to-basics communication to ABC - Always Be Civil. Connect, Communicate, be Civil. Value other cultures in a global community; be conscious of unconscious habits which speak volumes, travel and have fun…the key aspects to global communications and sustaining relationships. Issues like respect, tolerance, patience, understanding...these make the world go around as regards building relationships with people from other cultures. And do not forget the impact of a SMILE - Say More Immediately with a Little Encouragement - all cultures respond to a smile, a universal behaviour which is understood and appreciated by all.
This book stems from the author’s experience in the Philippines in 1977. when she encountered the President’s wife at a United Nations event and greeted her in Tagalog. The FirstLady was taken aback that a foreigner would greet her in her language and invited Ms Glasgow to Malacanang Palace, on
7.7.77.This interaction helped increase the author’s interest in languages and their cultural implications.
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About the Author
In her podcasts on the Yakkers’ Corner, she interviews people involved in socio-economic and humanitarian development who are committed to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals of the United Nations; people who are dedicated to reaching the bottom billions and helping restore their dignity by improving their lives and livelihoods.
She is involved in the promotion of the Moringa Oleifera, communicating about the commercial, nutritional and climate change benefits of this plant on her radio show - Moringa Partners on BlogTalkRadio.
Ms Glasgow is a United Nations Mentor and an Ambassador of Peace.
These ABCs are also applicable also to family relationships, relationships with children, relationships with the human race - Get the eBook and enjoy the read of the A to Z of communicating effectively in a globalizing world.