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Top 5 business communication secrets

See Mark discussing the power of Soft Skills and how you can use them to win in the office!!
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Six Barriers to Intercultural Communication | eHow

Six Barriers to Intercultural Communication | eHow | Cross-Cultural Business Communication | Scoop.it
Communicating across cultures carries myriad challenges, and scholars have studied the process for decades.
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International Business - Cross-Cultural Communication

Cross-cultural communication - International business culture (how to work with different cultures )http://www.integrationtraining.co.uk/ Working cross-cultu...
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DusimovaLera's comment, September 12, 2013 2:29 PM
So interesting to hear about features of business communications with people of different nationalities from man, who has so large experience in such type of communication. He speaks about some common in business etiquette of some countries and big differences between others. He speaks about spectrum of aspects in business relationship: type of nation ( masculinity or femininity; individualism or collectivism); food and drink (is also important when to have a break, where and what to have on a break). So from his video we can find similar cultures and cultures, which critically differ from each other.
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Cross-Cultural Communication Takes More than Manners

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I can't stand it when someone writes "obviously" in at the beginning of a sentence, any sentence. Nothing is obvious to everyone, especially when it comes to appreciating the impact a person's culture has on interpreting — or preventing the...
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Cross Cultural Communication Tips for Business

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Talking Without Words: Non Verbal Communication

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"We're getting married," my son announced. We cheered. "In Brazil." The prospect of an escape from England, as it shivered in mid-December, made us hoot. What's more, the wedding venue was Salvador...
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Barriers to Cross-Cultural Business Communication

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In business, cross cultural communication plays a critical role in successfully carrying out business across the globe.
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Active Listening: Cross-Cultural Business Communication Skills

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Active listening is a communication skill crucial to doing cross-cultural business.
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Techniques of Cross-Cultural Business Communication

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Prior study of the country where you will do business is the most important step to successful international business negotiations. Taking the time to get to know the local culture will serve you and ...
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The secret ingredient for successful cross-cultural communication

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High-tech tools and innovative management practices to ease coordination hassles may have their role in leading cross-cultural teams, but according to one expert on communicating with folks from different backgrounds, the real key to success is...
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DusimovaLera's comment, September 12, 2013 2:05 PM
This article is really great! The main idea of it is so subtly and true. I absolutely agree with every word in it. The main feature of modern world is high speed of life. Business isn't exception. High-tech is instrument of simplifying the different process in business such as accounting, connection with partners from all over the world and so on. But due to frequent using it we became impatient and irritable if we need to wait more than a moment (for example, even if the link is loading during more time than usually). In cross-cultural communications we need to slow down the pace of our usual life and be patient to the partners, who aren't adapted yet. We need closely understand each other, but it can take some time. So we should be ready to sacrifice this time for effective cross-cultural communication.