..if he is to engage with the world and all the different American communities, he needs to up his game in terms of his cultural diplomacy skills.
London, UK (PRWEB) November 12, 2016
A training company specialising in cultural diversity has offered the newly elected US President, Donald Trump, free coaching, training and consultancy in the hope of it helping him fulfill his commitment to represent all Americans and to avoid any potential damage to international relations.
A Director of Commisceo Global, a British firm, has made the offer via a blog post on their website. Noting the importance of strong community cohesion at home and good relations abroad for America’s future success, the company’s Director believes training can help the President-elect gain some key cultural skills.
A little-known section of the business training world, cultural diversity training is designed to help people see beyond stereotypes of others, learn more about their own complex biases and understand how to embrace and engage with cultural difference positively. Being culturally competent, flexible and astute is considered a key personal skill in today’s globalised world.
The firm specialise in tailor-made courses about developing global skills as well as learning the dos and don’ts of working in different countries and cultures. Clients range from CEOs to diplomats. It now hopes to use its experience in helping Trump develop the global mindedness his position demands. The intention behind the offer of free training is to avoid possible harm to community cohesion at home and nurture an understanding that embraces and positively engages with the wider world.
“We are deadly serious. President-elect Trump has full access to our training courses. We will design and tailor any course he requires to his specifications, whether it is about understanding Islam, doing business with Mexicans, communicating with the French or how to negotiate politely with the Chinese. In short, if he is to engage with the world and all the different American communities, he needs to up his game in terms of his cultural diplomacy skills,” states Director Neil Payne.
In addition to the offer the Twitter hashtag #mytip4trump has been created encouraging people to offer positive suggestions to the President-elect on any aspect of cultural diversity, whether etiquette tips on meeting foreign politicians, understanding ethnic minorities at home or even basic cross-cultural skills and developing an open-minded approach to difference.