XCOM 285 Week 3 Assignment Cross-Cultural Communication Matrixvvvv

XCOM 285 Week 3 Assignment Cross-Cultural Communication Matrixvvvv

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COM/285 Introduction to Business Communication Page 1 com285r2 Cross Cultural Communication Country Preferred communication style Non-verbal communication practices Business communication norms Strategies to increase cross- cultural communication Cayman Island English is the main and official language in the island with British accents and combined influences of British English, Scottish, and Welsh (Adkisson, 2007). The country islands have many languages too due to diverse settlers and immigrants. A Creole language and Bay Islands English are also widespread in the islands more common on Cayman Brac and Little Cayman islands. Verbal and written language are most preferred communication medium Sign language acts a good medium of communication. Signs and posters to indicate direction and orientation of the place are readily found in most parts of the islands. The people also accept practicing some body language to enhance communication. English is the official language
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This note was uploaded on 06/26/2011 for the course XCOM 285 taught by Professor Kerio'malley during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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