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學生對 新加坡国立大学 提供的 Becoming Part of the Globalised Workplace 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

The final course aims to build learners’ confidence and adaptability when communicating in cross-cultural environments as they assume leadership responsibility to communicate influence in persuasive workplace contexts. The course focuses on enhancing learners’ professional persona for skilful engagement and intercultural communication with stakeholders within and beyond the organization, including cross-departmental work teams, clients and external partners. Learners will also discover and apply good practices in organising information, using visual aids and body language for presentations while demonstrating a heightened sense of cultural sensitivity in a given context. In all, learners will acquire skills to demonstrate persuasive verbal and intercultural communication in workplace contexts which may include dialogues and presentations to critical stakeholders and effective task delegation to team members. At the end of this course, learners will be able to: - Analyse factors of motivation among workplace counterparts. - Recognise the impact of culture on factors of motivation. - Critique and craft persuasive verbal communication products (i.e. script of dialogue) for exchanges with work teams and critical stakeholders. - Apply principles of effective PowerPoint slide design with consideration for cultural sensitivity. - Identify and adopt strategies on the use of voice and body language for engaging presentations....

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NN
2020年12月1日

This was a great course. Ms Susan Lee, you are a great teacher. Thank you for taking your time to prepare and teach the course. This will help me relate more professional at my workplace.

RD
2017年6月7日

Amazing experience with amazing instructors. Thank you so much Coursera and National University of Singapore for providing me finance support to learn and complete this course.

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1 - Becoming Part of the Globalised Workplace 的 11 個評論(共 11 個)

創建者 Ixchel P

2020年8月28日

Quedo muy satisfecha de haber concluido este curso, especialmente porque me permitió aprender bastante sobre la asertividad y el manejo de las relaciones humanas en un campo internacional. La instructora es muy amable y lleva el curso de una forma muy amena y divertida. ¡Excelente curso!

創建者 NAOMI N N

2020年12月2日

This was a great course. Ms Susan Lee, you are a great teacher. Thank you for taking your time to prepare and teach the course. This will help me relate more professional at my workplace.

創建者 Guillaume H

2016年10月15日

Very useful on a day to day point of view

創建者 Cathy

2017年2月16日

I am very disappointed with this course I had to wait too long on grading, first time I got not naff points then I had to wait for about few months on grading. I will not take capstone for this course because I suppose I would wait about a few years on grading. This course has to change grading process because has no adequate number of students for peer review.

創建者 Dzulhafiez I

2021年2月4日

The course is manageable and not too difficult.I would also be careful in engaging in conversations in many globalised workplace.Overall , the course is quite relaxed pace and it is enjoyable.I also learnt many types of organisations.Currently , I am finding the less demanding organisations to join.

創建者 SALAM M A

2020年9月29日

"The course content is precise and lecturer is very knowledgeable and the lecturer is engaging and keeps us interested in the material The way which the lecturer describes the topics engaging subject interesting topic”

創建者 Rucha S

2017年6月8日

Amazing experience with amazing instructors. Thank you so much Coursera and National University of Singapore for providing me finance support to learn and complete this course.

創建者 M. C O

2019年3月7日

Excellence performance

創建者 Winston A W

2020年7月30日

Excellent, thank you.

創建者 Elizabeth O O

2020年8月8日

Good course.

創建者 Camila R

2021年2月7日

It doesn’t make any sense that my certificate for an online course depends on the availability of another student to evaluate my exercises.