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Author Archives: Andreas Riedel
A number of leadership styles can be found in Indian companies – from hierarchical and authoritarian to patriarchal and cooperative. If you find yourself in a situation to lead Indian employees, there are a lot of particularities to keep in … Continue reading
Sumo, geishas and samurai – Japanese culture can occasionally seem very foreign to Europeans, and it entails a lot of peculiarities. Today, we’d like to give you a look at three various subject areas that you should keep in mind … Continue reading
A high amount of personal interest in employees in China is not only a sign of a good leader, but it also brings about employees’ loyalty and willingness to perform. Find out in today’s blog post what you should keep … Continue reading
Very particular cultural blunders lie in wait for Western visitors in the Land of the Rising Sun, blunders that can affect their professional collaborations. German managers notice these very often in Japan. That’s why we want to give you some … Continue reading
In addition to your business dealings with Indians, there will also be a number of situations on your business trip in which you act on your own private behalf. In India, a country in which personal relationships play an important … Continue reading