What will give me a competitive edge?
Demonstrating your skills in global communication, negotiation, working well with diverse groups, in-depth international business knowledge and experiences in global settings.
Why do i need a global competency certificate?
The world of business is global and independent. Savvy business people know the biggest growth markets will be overseas in emerging countries.
How can i earn a global competency certificate?
As technologies, transportation and communications become more accessible and affordable to the world, global managers are needed who understand how to innovate in different business cultures and environments.
MERGE your overseas experiences with your skills in working with groups from different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds. GAIN specific knowledge about the global environment of business and first-hand knowledge of business leaders in another country. You will feel CONFIDENT in your new GLOBAL COMPETENCE!
The GLOBAL COMPETENCY CERTIFICATE can be a catalyst to SUCCESSFUL global leadership and becoming a force for positive change.
For more information, contact:
College of Business Advisors (678) 466-4500
Dr. Diane Fulton, Global Competency Program Director
DianeFulton@clayton.edu, (706) 836-0768 cell or (678) 466-4523 work
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