Webinar: Doing Business in Canada's Growing Multicultural Mosaic
- Presenter: Mr. Shai Dubey
- Length: 60 minutes
- Price: Complimentary
- Date: August 15, 2012
- Time: 1:00 EDT
Canada's ethnic makeup continues to evolve. We are seeing more people that were not born in Canada entering the workplace every day. The Canadian government has recognized the importance of immigration to Canada’s future and has plans to increase immigration.
Cross-cultural negotiation is an increasingly important skill set, not just for those working in international business, but for people working in Canada’s growing multicultural mosaic. Cross-cultural communication and negotiation skills will become a more important part of doing business in Canada. The changing face of the Canadian workforce creates opportunities for those who have the skills and ability to be able to negotiate across cultures.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How culture affects negotiation
- How to more effectively communicate and deal with conflicts in cross-cultural environments
Following the presentation will be a period dedicated to Q&A with our speaker, leading to real-world application of theoretical concepts.
Mr. Shai Dubey - Business Law, Negotiations & New Venture Management, Queen's School of Business
Shai Dubey is Director of the Queen’s Full-Time MBA and Master of International Business programs. As a member of the Queen’s School of Business faculty, he teaches Business Law in several of the School’s programs. He is also a corporate commercial lawyer and has practiced law at several major law firms in Toronto. He has been retained by many organizations to provide advice on corporate governance issues, and has extensive experience in negotiating major business transactions.
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