For a self-paced, guided learning experience
Duration: 1 hour
Brazil, the fifth largest and fifth most-populous country in the world, comprises a variety of tropical and subtropical lands, savannas, plateaus and wetlands.
The country’s flourishing cities, immense hydroelectric complexes, huge mines and farmlands, make it one of the leading world economies. Brazil is the largest producer of gold and diamonds and its chief trading partner is the United States.
A tour of Brazil can be full of surprises if you are unacquainted with its history, culture or climate. For instance, did you know, business executives in Brazil prefer casual business meeting in bright informal dresses near the beach? Moreover, many business meetings are conducted with Portuguese being the medium of communication.
As a tourist planning to undertake a tour of Brazil, a 360-degree perspective of this country will help you conduct yourself with poise in formal as well as informal situations. As a business personnel or an employee dealing with Brazilian personnel, it becomes all the more important to acquaint yourself with Brazil’s social and cultural norms.
In this course, you will explore more about Brazil and what you could expect on your travel to this land. Further, the course will examine communication patterns and etiquettes that you will come across while travelling across the sprawling expanse of this land. Come, let us learn more about Brazil.
To communicate effectively with your clients and counterparts hailing from a different country of origin, it always helps to learn more about their social and cultural norms.
Here, in this course, you will explore the cultural, social and political setup of Brazil. Further, you will learn how to conduct yourself confidently while interacting with your Brazilian counterparts. Some of the aspects of this country that you will explore in this course have been outlined below:
- An Introduction to Brazil
- Ways of Life
- Business Etiquettes
In this course, you will:
- Examine how to conduct yourself confidently in unknown situations.
- Describe how to develop a strong business rapport when you arrive at your destination.
- Examine business, dining and dressing etiquettes specific to this land.
This course is meant to benefit:
- Business executives and management personnel:
- Who interact with customers or personnel belonging to a different culture over phone and e-mail
- Who work onsite at the customer’s place and want to equip themselves with intercommunication skills
- Individuals who are planning to take up overseas travel and would like to equip themselves with knowledge about a different culture