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BR upper Unit 14 preview
Transcript of BR upper Unit 14 preview
Talk about culture differences
Narrate past events
Talk about films TV and Books
When in Rome do as the Romans do!
If you can't beat them join them.
Working with colleagues from different cultures can be quite difficult.
Companies can be quite different.
Which one of these is most related to your job.
To have success
Be aware of cultural differences
Be sensitive to peoples views
Get familiar with their customs
Be tolerant to peoples strange behavior
Let's learn how to tell stories
about the past
In the end, we decided to let him go.
It came about because we noticed that he never said no to anyone.
As time went by his behavior got more negative.
It wasn't until the end of the year that we noticed there was an issue.
There are many difficult situations where you have to be diplomatic.
It seems that
none of them wanted to question an authority figure.
This is a great way to depersonalize the situation.
We have to learn many new ways to say the same thing.
Give an explanation
Due to his excessive tardiness
It seems that he is very motivated.
The reason being that we received the information late.
It came about because of
A well-told story is something that will stick in your audience’s mind for years to come.
Immerse your audience in a story.
Few things are as captivating as a personal story, especially those of triumph over extreme adversity.
Tell a personal story.
Those who love to watch movies or read books know that a good story always has to have a conflict and a plot.
Characters are at the heart of any story. Their fortunes and misfortunes are what make people want to laugh, cry or rejoice.
Bring characters to life.
Instead of telling your audience about a certain event in a story, try showing them by transporting them to a scene.
Show. Don’t tell.
Build up to a S.T.A.R. moment.
Similar to a climax, a S.T.A.R. moment is a “Something They’ll Always Remember” event that is so dramatic that your audience will be talking about it weeks later.
As time went by
he was asking for directions.
In the end
I first started working here.
I didn't like him.
I learned to relax.
everything got better.
, learned a lot and I am thankful.