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Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
Working in Virtual Global Teams
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  • Humor aside Borat captures the cross cultural differences that many of us face on a day to day basis. Granted ours are not as colorful – nevertheless…the point is that culture influences so many aspects of our day to day business activities- OVER to Margot We’d like to introduce you to a model that has been a work in progress for us over the years.The model demonstrates how culture influences so many aspects of business.
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    • 1. Working inVirtual GlobalTeams
    • 2. Cross Cultural Awareness understand before you judge Empathy
    • 3. Everything is a question of Perception
    • 4. How culture influences business CULTURE
    • 5. Challenges of geography
    • 6. Challenges of Language: Accents Terminology Translation Jargon Slang Lack of non-verbal cues
    • 7. Challenges of culture Hierarchy Management style Communication style Rules and laws Decision making Planning
    • 8. Global people skills # 1: Cross Cultural Communication ―Many attempts to communicate are nullified by saying too much‖ – Robert Greenleaf "I remind myself every morning: Nothing I say this day will teach me anything. So if I'm going to learn, I must do it by listening." — Larry King
    • 9. And finally it’s about …

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