Intercultural Communication: Sustaining clarity and engagement in times of global crisis

April 30th, 2pm GMT+1

How do you demonstrate empathy and deliver clear communication across languages, cultures, and borders?

In today’s international work environment, we need more than a high level of English language fluency to engage with others. An awareness of global competence, cultural preferences, and the language of active listening can support meaningful interaction in multinational teams.

Join this 45-minute live session with Dr Christopher McCormick, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs to consider the impact of cultural and linguistic differences on effective communication during a time of global crisis.

Speaker: Dr Christopher McCormick, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

When? April 30th, 2pm GMT+1

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Speaker: Dr. Christopher McCormick, Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs at EF Education First

Christopher oversees the design of EF’s innovative language programs. In this role, he also advises companies and governments on language training solutions for educators, professionals, and executives. Over the past twenty years, he has led major projects that have included interactive, digital, and print publishing for young learners through to adults; course management system design; teacher training and operations; online language testing; and special course design in partnership with governments, companies, and institutions, such as the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, Lego Education, and the Olympics (Beijing 2008, Sochi 2014, Rio 2016, Pyeongchang 2018, Tokyo 2020).

Christopher McCormick

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