The Importance Of Interpersonal And Intercultural Communication

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In the world of business, Singapore is in 12th place for the best country to do business among the other nations (Forbes, 2017). Singapore has clear rules and regulation as well as state-of-the-art public infrastructure to support businesses. The country also one of safest country in the world thus attract multinational companies, small and medium enterprises (SME) and entrepreneurs to set-up their business here (Guidemesingapore.com, n.d.).

With speed of globalisation and diverse workplace, importance is placed on persons to be the global communicators with cultural intelligence who have effective interpersonal and intercultural communication skills. The attributes of a global communicator are being (1) sensitive to cultural nuances and contexts, (2) adapts and react to a situation with suitable behaviour, (3) tactfully handle the situation and (4) proactive in managing and reducing potential cultural conflict at the workplace. These attributes will make any person work and survive in any countries.

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It also explores a suitable induction programme for Singaporean to become a leader and promote a more conducive environment to work at as well as communication plan to convey the message efficiently and

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