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I am sure most of you have been following what occured these past few months, whether political elections, referendums or terror attacks. What do these different topics have in common? Does anyone know? The common denominator if we can say it that way is FEAR: fear of others, fear...

The year of 2016 has been a year full of surprises ! Good one but also bad ones! I would like to have a thought for those we have lost this year, they have brought us joy and happiness, have been great examples for me and...

After a long wait, I have finally found the time to travel back to South East Asia and Australia to visit friends and family. I really missed traveling, that said when one works it is not always easy to take time out and venture on...

 When you first move to another country as an expatriate or an immigrant, you start your international journey by being "ethnocentric". What we mean by that is that until now, you only have had experience with people from your own culture and with colleagues or...

Working in multi-cultural Teams whether face to face or virtually is becoming a given today. Indeed, through globalisation and relocation of businesses across the globe we are faced with the reality that the person we are likely to work with in our team will...

When working internationally, managers and organizations focus on their business partners and clients. What are their needs, their demands, and how can these be met ? Meeting the customer´s demand and providing excellent customer service is of utmost importance in today´s global and competitive business world. Being aware...

Have you ever felt like you were spending time writing up an email, and when you received an answer from your counterpart a few days (if not weeks) later, you realized that what you asked for or expected was not understood ? Well hopefully this article...

Yesterday I met a young Irish banker in London from Credit Suisse. He explained to me that he travelled a lot around Europe to meet his customers and then asked me what I did. I told him I was a cross-cultural consultant and that I helped...

This summer I was invited by one of my French friends to her wedding in France. She was getting married to a common friend who was German. The city hall and church wedding were held in both languages so that all guests could enjoy the...