These were all things that I have thought about and was happy to have them addressed in the Business Career Passport Workshop: Networking and Business Etiquette. The main themes I got out of this workshop were to: ...
When my brother and I were kids, our parents would sit us down for some evening conversation with a little girl named Hélène. Hélène was French; she lived with her apron-skirted mother, tassel-shoed father, and a brother name Pierre.
Most people working with cross-cultural communication and intercultural training and coaching have heard about Hofstede's Five Intercultural Dimensions. Culture may be likened to the “collective programming of the mind,” ...
Rarely does anyone think of asking themselves two fundamental questions that I help each of my clients answer. First: “How do you communicate?” Second: “How do you need to change how you communicate when you use English as a second language within an intercultural business context?"
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