Please Note: This webinar will be conductedin Chinese. Microsoft Teams (web or app) is required to access this webinar. A web link / URL will be sent to successful registrants to access the webinar through email.
请注意：此次活动语言为中文。活动链接将会以邮件方式发送到报名成功者的邮箱，活动平台为Microsoft Teams ，因此您需要稳定的网络环境连接到teams app或网页版。
As government affairs professionals, especially those who are working on the cooperation between multinational companies and the Chinese government, we know that the most important and difficult part of our daily work is the communication between Chinese and Western cultures. On the one hand, when we are faced with Chinese government officials, we introduce Western historical experience and are not good at communicating in localized languages; on the other hand, we can have a deep understanding of China's politics, economy, society, and industry, but because we are not good at expressing in the language and receiving mode understood by the company's top management, the result looks as if dumplings cooked in teapot cannot be poured out. Communication is both an art and a theory.
This course aims to help government affairs professionals better understand the differences between Chinese and Western cultures based on their work background, job requirements, and job characteristics, and review from multiple perspectives to systematically analyze the causes of differences between Chinese and Western cultures. And from the perspective of government affairs, we will put forward suggestions on how to build consensus and promote work in the context of the intersection of two different cultures.
Why Do Government Affairs Matter in China:
What Kind of Government Affairs Working System Shall We Build?
The Scope and Methods of Our Research
Special Requirements and Basic Requirements for Chinese Government Affairs Professionals
Comparison and Communication Between Chinese and Western Cultures:
Why Is Chinese Culture Different from The West？
The Formation of China's New Cultural Pattern
Comparison and analysis of differences between China and the West Cultures
Recommendations on the government affairs work from a comparative perspective of Chinese and Western cultures
Who Should Attend?
Senior Executives of Multi-national Companies: Aiming to leverage government affairs to push forward the development in China on the basis of learning the differences between Chinese and Western cultures.
GA Professionals: Working in the government, aiming to enhance their abilities and effectiveness to communicate with the Chinese government and the headquarters of multinationals.
Business People: Working in the PR/ Communications/ CSR/ Legal/ Plant Operation and Management, etc. with the responsibility to communicate corporate requests with the Chinese government, and hope to learn the cultural context of the Chinese government affairs to do a better job.
This training is conducted by Mr. Yuan Haiying, president of Yuan Associates, and moderated by Mr. Charles Shi, VP of Development and Government Affairs of Universal Beijing Resort. He will also share his experiences and answer questions.