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Cultural Differences & Cultural Diversity in International Business

Chris Smit: International Business Expert | Cultural Differences & Diversity Expert

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Latest Episodes

130: International Negotiations with Jan Potgieter

Jan Potgieter About This Week's Guest Jan Potgieter Jan Potgieter is the Founder & Managing Director of Imperium Global Negotiation Solutions. Jan is the creator of the Imperium negotiation methodology which enables the new class of elite business negotiators to immediately start saving time and money, increasing their earnings and building mutually rewarding, long term relationships. Jan has significant experience in high value, cross industry and cross-cultural negotiations which he has gained by conducting negotiation workshops all over the world. He has delivered assignments in 60 countries to date. "We're negotiating from the moment we're born..." His tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Double down on prepping for your negotiation. Look for common ground and similarities. Understand where your focus should be. Human nature embraces dignity and respect; make sure you make that clear to your counterpart(ies). Links mentioned in this episode are: https://www.negotiatio...

35 MIN2 w ago
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130: International Negotiations with Jan Potgieter

129: Rachel Smets on Choosing a Life of Freedom & Fulfillment

Rachel Smets About This Week's Guest Rachel Smets Rachel helps ambitious professionals CHANGE from STUCK in an unfulfilling career to a meaningful FREEDOM lifestyle. Find Clarity, Confidence and Create your next step to live the life you desire. Rachel is dedicated to inspiring people to live their freedom lifestyle. Having lived and worked in several countries, she has learned to turn every challenge into a new opportunity. "O.L.A. Observe; Learn; Apply." Her tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Observe: how and what are people doing? Try to observe without judgement. Learn: the context where things are taking place. Apply: come to action. Do something with your new knowledge. Links mentioned in this episode are: Rachel Smets in Google Culture Matters You Can Also Listen to the Culture Podcast and Management Podcast Build your Cultural Competence, listen to interesting stories, learn about the cultural pitfalls and how to avoidthem, get the Global perspective here at the...

40 MINNOV 14
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129: Rachel Smets on Choosing a Life of Freedom & Fulfillment

128: Richard Conrad on Doing Business With China and Japan

Richard Conrad on Doing Business with China and Japan About This Week's Guest Richard Anderson Richard Conrad grew up in Washington, D.C., studied engineering and economics at Vanderbilt University, earned a master's degree in Economics as a local student at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and later earned an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Richard worked for the last seventeen years for a large U.S. money management firm researching, analyzing, and investing in Chinese and Japanese equities. Richard is fluent in Chinese and Japanese and continues to live in Asia with his family. "Learn from the moments where you find your self being confused in a situation." His tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Read his book ;) We're all different. We're not better or worst than the other. Recognize those differences. Learn from the moments of confusion. Try to get out of the emotion and look at what happened from a meta-perspective. Apply what you've l...

43 MINOCT 29
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128: Richard Conrad on Doing Business With China and Japan

127: Andrew Henderson on Which Country is the Best to Live In?

Andrew Henderson on the Best Country to Live About This Week's Guest Andrew Henderson Andrew Henderson works with six- and seven-figure entrepreneurs who want to keep more of their own money, build a freedom lifestyle, and grow their wealth faster. He has traveled to nearly 100 countries in search of the best places to live, bank, do business, and invest. "Go to where you're treated best." His tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Experience matters in terms of getting more culturally competent. The more experience you have, the better you'll be able to adapt. Relax in terms of the feelings you have towards your own country. No country is superior over the other country. And last but not least, be open-minded. Links mentioned in this episode are: The Nomad Capitalist website Andrew Henderson 's YouTube channel His book Culture Matters You Can Also Listen to the Culture Podcast and Management Podcast Build your Cultural Competence, listen to interesting stories, learn about...

37 MINOCT 15
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127: Andrew Henderson on Which Country is the Best to Live In?

126: Rebecca D. Costa on the Future of the Future

Rebecca D. Costa is an American sociobiologist and futurist. She is the preeminent global expert on the subject of “fast adaptation” and recipient of the prestigious Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Technology Award. Her career spans four decades of working with founders, key executives and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley. Costa’s first book, The Watchman’s Rattle: A Radical New Theory of Collapse, was an international bestseller. Her follow‐on book, titled On the Verge was introduced in 2017 to critical acclaim, shooting to the top of Amazon’s #1 New Business Releases. Costa’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, SF Chronicle, The Guardian, and other leading publications.

38 MINOCT 1
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126: Rebecca D. Costa on the Future of the Future

125: Jen McFarland on Equality and Being Ethnic Relative

Jen McFarland, the host of Women Conquer Business Podcast, has spent over 10 years as a business analyst and growth strategist. She lived and worked in Kazakhstan for two years where her experiences made here a champion for equity, human rights, and cultural competency.

38 MINSEP 17
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125: Jen McFarland on Equality and Being Ethnic Relative

124: Harry Mitsidis the Most Traveled Man on the Planet

Harry Mitsidis, the most traveled person on the planet. Listen to this podcast to find out why he does what he does. Learn more...

42 MINSEP 3
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124: Harry Mitsidis the Most Traveled Man on the Planet

123: Dr. Lynette Louise on Autism and Cultural Differences

How culturally neutral (or not) do different cultures deal with brain disfunctions? Find out what Dr. Lynette Louise has to say about this.

38 MINJUN 18
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123: Dr. Lynette Louise on Autism and Cultural Differences

122: Is Performing Magic Culturally Neutral? with Jennifer S. Royal

How culturally neutral (or not) is performing Magic in different cultures? Listen to this podcast with Jennifer S. Royal.

39 MINJUN 4
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122: Is Performing Magic Culturally Neutral? with Jennifer S. Royal

121: Good News from Africa with Angela Betancourt

Some real up-beat good stories from Sierra Leone, Africa with Angela Betancourt. Listen to the Culture Matters Podcast.

38 MINMAY 21
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121: Good News from Africa with Angela Betancourt

Latest Episodes

130: International Negotiations with Jan Potgieter

Jan Potgieter About This Week's Guest Jan Potgieter Jan Potgieter is the Founder & Managing Director of Imperium Global Negotiation Solutions. Jan is the creator of the Imperium negotiation methodology which enables the new class of elite business negotiators to immediately start saving time and money, increasing their earnings and building mutually rewarding, long term relationships. Jan has significant experience in high value, cross industry and cross-cultural negotiations which he has gained by conducting negotiation workshops all over the world. He has delivered assignments in 60 countries to date. "We're negotiating from the moment we're born..." His tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Double down on prepping for your negotiation. Look for common ground and similarities. Understand where your focus should be. Human nature embraces dignity and respect; make sure you make that clear to your counterpart(ies). Links mentioned in this episode are: https://www.negotiatio...

35 MIN2 w ago
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130: International Negotiations with Jan Potgieter

129: Rachel Smets on Choosing a Life of Freedom & Fulfillment

Rachel Smets About This Week's Guest Rachel Smets Rachel helps ambitious professionals CHANGE from STUCK in an unfulfilling career to a meaningful FREEDOM lifestyle. Find Clarity, Confidence and Create your next step to live the life you desire. Rachel is dedicated to inspiring people to live their freedom lifestyle. Having lived and worked in several countries, she has learned to turn every challenge into a new opportunity. "O.L.A. Observe; Learn; Apply." Her tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Observe: how and what are people doing? Try to observe without judgement. Learn: the context where things are taking place. Apply: come to action. Do something with your new knowledge. Links mentioned in this episode are: Rachel Smets in Google Culture Matters You Can Also Listen to the Culture Podcast and Management Podcast Build your Cultural Competence, listen to interesting stories, learn about the cultural pitfalls and how to avoidthem, get the Global perspective here at the...

40 MINNOV 14
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129: Rachel Smets on Choosing a Life of Freedom & Fulfillment

128: Richard Conrad on Doing Business With China and Japan

Richard Conrad on Doing Business with China and Japan About This Week's Guest Richard Anderson Richard Conrad grew up in Washington, D.C., studied engineering and economics at Vanderbilt University, earned a master's degree in Economics as a local student at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, and later earned an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Richard worked for the last seventeen years for a large U.S. money management firm researching, analyzing, and investing in Chinese and Japanese equities. Richard is fluent in Chinese and Japanese and continues to live in Asia with his family. "Learn from the moments where you find your self being confused in a situation." His tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Read his book ;) We're all different. We're not better or worst than the other. Recognize those differences. Learn from the moments of confusion. Try to get out of the emotion and look at what happened from a meta-perspective. Apply what you've l...

43 MINOCT 29
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128: Richard Conrad on Doing Business With China and Japan

127: Andrew Henderson on Which Country is the Best to Live In?

Andrew Henderson on the Best Country to Live About This Week's Guest Andrew Henderson Andrew Henderson works with six- and seven-figure entrepreneurs who want to keep more of their own money, build a freedom lifestyle, and grow their wealth faster. He has traveled to nearly 100 countries in search of the best places to live, bank, do business, and invest. "Go to where you're treated best." His tips on becoming more culturally competent are: Experience matters in terms of getting more culturally competent. The more experience you have, the better you'll be able to adapt. Relax in terms of the feelings you have towards your own country. No country is superior over the other country. And last but not least, be open-minded. Links mentioned in this episode are: The Nomad Capitalist website Andrew Henderson 's YouTube channel His book Culture Matters You Can Also Listen to the Culture Podcast and Management Podcast Build your Cultural Competence, listen to interesting stories, learn about...

37 MINOCT 15
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127: Andrew Henderson on Which Country is the Best to Live In?

126: Rebecca D. Costa on the Future of the Future

Rebecca D. Costa is an American sociobiologist and futurist. She is the preeminent global expert on the subject of “fast adaptation” and recipient of the prestigious Edward O. Wilson Biodiversity Technology Award. Her career spans four decades of working with founders, key executives and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley. Costa’s first book, The Watchman’s Rattle: A Radical New Theory of Collapse, was an international bestseller. Her follow‐on book, titled On the Verge was introduced in 2017 to critical acclaim, shooting to the top of Amazon’s #1 New Business Releases. Costa’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, SF Chronicle, The Guardian, and other leading publications.

38 MINOCT 1
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126: Rebecca D. Costa on the Future of the Future

125: Jen McFarland on Equality and Being Ethnic Relative

Jen McFarland, the host of Women Conquer Business Podcast, has spent over 10 years as a business analyst and growth strategist. She lived and worked in Kazakhstan for two years where her experiences made here a champion for equity, human rights, and cultural competency.

38 MINSEP 17
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125: Jen McFarland on Equality and Being Ethnic Relative

124: Harry Mitsidis the Most Traveled Man on the Planet

Harry Mitsidis, the most traveled person on the planet. Listen to this podcast to find out why he does what he does. Learn more...

42 MINSEP 3
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124: Harry Mitsidis the Most Traveled Man on the Planet

123: Dr. Lynette Louise on Autism and Cultural Differences

How culturally neutral (or not) do different cultures deal with brain disfunctions? Find out what Dr. Lynette Louise has to say about this.

38 MINJUN 18
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123: Dr. Lynette Louise on Autism and Cultural Differences

122: Is Performing Magic Culturally Neutral? with Jennifer S. Royal

How culturally neutral (or not) is performing Magic in different cultures? Listen to this podcast with Jennifer S. Royal.

39 MINJUN 4
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122: Is Performing Magic Culturally Neutral? with Jennifer S. Royal

121: Good News from Africa with Angela Betancourt

Some real up-beat good stories from Sierra Leone, Africa with Angela Betancourt. Listen to the Culture Matters Podcast.

38 MINMAY 21
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121: Good News from Africa with Angela Betancourt
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