LiSimba Simulation - an opportunity to measure your skills in communicating effectively in cross cultural settings.

The LiSimba Simulation provides an opportunity to measure your skills in communicating effectively in cross cultural settings.  You can do this by experiencing an online simulation, which LiSimba created, and after its completion you have an opportunity to receive a score which measure the various aspects of your cross cultural communication skills.  Then send  your score on each section to me, Jane Smith (jsmith@lisimba.com), Founder, President, LiSimba Consulting Services, Inc., and I will send you a personal note giving you insights into your scores from the simulation. 


Along with your interpretation and insights into your scores, I will send you a portion of my chapter in the ABA Guide to International Business Negotiations, Third Edition,  May, 2009, for use in your cross cultural communications.    I will be sharing insights daily on my blog that I have for Cyberweek 2009-2010, October 25-29.  I look forward to chatting with as many of you as possible, asynchronously, during Cyberweek 2010 through this blog. 


Why not take the time now to experience the online simulation so that our chatting through the blog during Cyberweek can have all the more meaning for you. LiSimba’s work to build bridges of understanding among individuals from differing national cultures, harmonizes with and supports the work of the Internet Bar Organization, using technology and the law  “to enable community based rule of law”.



Jane Smith
Jane Smith is the founder and President of LiSimba Consulting Services, Inc.  LiSimba works to build bridges of understanding among individuals and organization of differing national cultures, with the goal of initial and ongoing international business success for all involved in the global work opportunities.  LiSimba works virtually or face to face with for-profit corporations and not-for- profit organizations located throughout our global workplace.  LiSimba’s work is grounded on the Best Practices written by Jane Smith and published in the ABA Guide to International Business Negotiations, Third Edition, Chapter 8, “Minimizing Risk: Best Practices for Managing Cross Cultural Concerns in Global Contracting”,  Jane E.  Smith, Esq., May, 2009.  It is an honor for LiSimba and for Jane Smith to be part of the Internet Bar Organization’s 2010 participation in Cyberweek.




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