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Principle vs Application approach to persuasion across cultures.

    “in someone’s shoes” Also, in some one else’s shoes; in someone’s place or stead . Acting for another person or experiencing something as another person might; in another’s position or situation. For example, If you were in my shoes, would

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Decoding Communication across Cultures

English is a global language, but navigating through the various cultures makes communication a treacherous terrain. Isn’t it easy to fall into cultural traps and ruin a presentation, disrupt a team or destroy trust? How can we succeed in managing

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Buy yourself some time

“…. every human being has a basic instinct to help each other out. It might not seem that way sometimes, but it’s true. If a hiker gets lost in the mountains, people will coordinate a search. If a train crashes,

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Is Digital Technology Destroying Virtual Working Relationships?

It’s been a crazy busy week here at the office. I just bought some of my favourite sweets – jelly beans – to help me write the blog this week. I hope you like it. “Remote work seems to be

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Who do you trust? Improving communication in a virtual business world.

  I’d rather not discuss that if you don’t mind. I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to cause offence. “How can I develop good relationships when I meet new colleagues? But, I don’t meet them face to face”.   Well, it’s been

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Virtual working, employee engagement – far more than just money.

Last Sunday, after finishing off my espresso, green macaron and the last of the planning, I settled down to watch a couple of TED talks to inspire me for the week ahead. I started with the following talk: <iframe src=”https://embed-ssl.ted.com/…/chimamanda_adichie_the_danger_o…”

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