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What is it like to work and do business in India from an American perspective? ...

What is it like to work and do business in India from an American perspective?

This is a PPT that was used to describe this in more detail to IT professionals in India.

Jennifer Kumar is a trainer and coach helping Indians to work more effectively with Indians. Contact her through her website at - http://www.authenticjourneys.info/contact-jennifer-kumar.php

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    Doing Business and Working in India (As an American - Cross-Cultural Differences) Doing Business and Working in India (As an American - Cross-Cultural Differences) Presentation Transcript

    • Doing Business and Working In India A Foreigner’s Perspective With: Jennifer Kumar Photo credit: photo_gratis @ flickr ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • Generalizations & Stereotypes ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • How many here have worked, are working or will work with Americans or Foreigners? ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • Impression Management During Interviews ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • Approach to Training Challenges: Indian audiences like more activities like role plays where things are acted out. A different approach to critical thinking. Positives: Once it is felt, it is better understood and remembered. People want a chance to think outside the box, and do well when given the chance. ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • Everything is a Negotiation! Challenges: I am sure when NO means NO, and have changed NO to YES, but not sure when YES means YES! Positives: Helps me learn more about my customers Helps me as an entrepreneur put down boundaries ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • The Ways You Have Impressed Me! • Coming forward and looking for help. • Ah-ha moments in sessions. • Trying new things & grasping foreign concepts– new ways of talking and using language to create success. ©2013, Jennifer Kumar, Owner and Program Director authenticjourneys.info -- authenticjourneys@gmail.com
    • Thank you for your interest! Contact me, anytime! Jennifer Kumar authenticjourneys.info authenticjourneys@gmail.com ©2013