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Cross cultural business

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  • Great work...Informative one..Will help many like us to understand the culture of organisational meetings in many countries around the world...Impressive work...
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  • Great work...Informative one..Will help many like us to understand the culture of organisational meetings in many countries around the world...Impressive work...
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  • hey claudine, gr8 job. ... ..
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  • its nice so.........but use nice background.....dont use stock images wit watermark :) :) :)
    the text should nice more :) :) :)
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  • 1. Cross cultural business
  • 2. Great Britain
    Punctuality is very essential at any business meeting or events
    Meetings are structured but not too formal and end with social conversations
    Do remember to shake hand for each meeting
    Direct eye contact is important or else it could be considered as impolite
    Never ask personal questions regarding occupation, background or income
  • 3.
  • 4. France
    Arriving 10 to 15 minutes after a scheduled time is not considered as late.
    Distinction between private and business life, and have to respect privacy of others.
    French bosses generally take a dictatorial and authoritative approach.
    Always maintain an air of formality and reserve .
    Never display sign of impatience because French take time for decisions.
  • 5.
  • 6. China
    Being on time is very essential.
    The order of entering the room is very important as the Chinese are status conscious.
    It is rare that the Chinese will deal with people they don’t know or trust.
    Never use negative replies like “no” but instead use ”may be”.
    Node is not a sign of agreement, it means that the person is simply listening.
  • 7.
  • 8. Japan
    Lateness is as sign of disrespect
    Show greater respect to the eldest members
    Personal space is highly valued
    Physical contact other than a handshake is never displayed in public.
    Avoid negative emotion during business negation.
    Don’t use large hand gestures
  • 9.
  • 10. Russia
    Personal and informal contact is a central part in doing business in Russia
    Physical contact is a positive sign
    Should not shake hand firmly when greeting and leaving Russian partners
    Shouldn’t be afraid to show some emotion
    Don’t praise or reward anyone