Communication is a delicate but fascinating dance. Those interacting invest valuable resources to connect with various audiences near and far. In our increasingly culturally diverse world we have ever more powerful technology at hand to increase the frequency and scope of communication. Successful communication, however, requires more than the smart use of technology. It requires the ability to connect and to create meaning in order to have an impact and to achieve results.
Talking about how and why, when and where we communicate is as important as the actual content of the communication.
Communicative competence requires the ability to align verbal, non- and paraverbal signals and to adjust the communication style to the given situation.
For more information or personal coaching, please contact the consultant and lecturer for intercultural competences Mark Moser directly.