Cultural Intelligence for Virtual Working – Remote Working in Japan

By Sue Bryant
12th October 2020

Remote working, or telework, has not come as naturally to Japan as it has elsewhere, for various reasons. A collectivist society, steeped in ritual, with strict hierarchies and a daily life geared to lively after-work socializing is not the best fit for the isolation of working from home. Japanese workers have in many ways struggled […]…

Cultural Intelligence for the Remote World: Virtual Working in the US

By Sue Bryant
15th September 2020

More Americans than ever are working remotely in a societal shift never experienced before. For many, there are benefits of ‘WFH’; no more commuting, flexible working hours, a better work-life balance. Employers can pick the best workers, with geographical location no longer a barrier. The expense of an office can be eliminated. With tried-and-tested systems […]…

Cultural Intelligence – The forgotten skills

By Matthew MacLachlan
9th July 2020

Needing to do business with New Zealanders? For advice and guidance on making a good impression in New Zealand you need to check out our top 10 tips. …

12 tips for working virtually in a multicultural team

By Sue Bryant
1st April 2019

You can’t beat face-to-face contact for furthering cross-cultural relationships. But sometimes it’s not always available. All over the world, the only, or the main contact people have with their remote co-workers is by conference call, or email. While technology is a wonderful thing, if this is the only method of communication you have, vital nuances can be lost in conversation, leading to the breakdown in relationships or even the failure of projects. Here are our top tips for making the most of working remotely….

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