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Sign up for this free course to learn how Canadian culture impacts workplace communication and how to adjust for different situations, from feedback to finding opportunities.

Includes the easy-to-remember PEPTA acronym to organize Canadian cultural principles.
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"I highly recommend signing up for John's free course on understanding Canadian workplace culture."

This course has been an invaluable resource for me in navigating the intricacies of communication and behavior in professional settings. The PEPTA acronym, which organizes key Canadian cultural principles, has been particularly enlightening and practical. Each time I've gone through the course, I've gleaned new insights and strategies that have enhanced my ability to adapt and thrive in diverse workplace environments. What sets this course apart is its accessibility and applicability—the tips are easy to remember and implement, making it effortless to incorporate them into my daily interactions. Whether it's receiving feedback or identifying opportunities, the lessons from this course have empowered me to communicate effectively and build successful relationships in the Canadian workplace.

Dr. Sadia A. Sony, public health professional

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By creating an account and signing up for this free course, you will be automatically subscribed to the Hiyaku Coaching Newsletter. You will receive free cultural tips and resources as well as exclusive offers. We are sure you will love it, but you can unsubscribe at any time. Just click "unsubscribe" in the newsletter email.

Your Instructor


John Edward McGraw helps newcomers, expats, governments, and businesses connect across cultures to succeed in less time and pain.

 

Canadian by birth, John's passion for culture came from living and working in Japan for several years as an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) instructor. After moving back to Canada, he became a Certified Intercultural Coach and Facilitator and founded Hiyaku Coaching to help bridge cultural divides in Canada.

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