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Not such a big deal – A look at negotiating across cultures

Posted on 5/3/2021 by Richard Lowe

Written by Bill Reed, Senior Associate at WorldWork Ltd. Negotiating is horrible, isn’t it! It’s full of aggression and deception. Untruth after untruth: the “other party” wants to trick me, ...

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world solutions – episode 3

Posted on 11/3/2019 by Seiji Nakano

Welcome back to the third part of our blog series. In our second blog, we left you with the steps you can take to become an interculturally mature person....

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world solutions – episode 2

Posted on 30/11/2018 by Seiji Nakano

Welcome back!  In our first blog, we talked about our personal motivations to work in the intercultural field. Current political, economic and media output from around the world show ...

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world solutions – episode 1

Posted on 20/7/2018 by Seiji Nakano

We know we can’t solve all of the world’s problems with a blog but it might just be a good place to get some conversations going and who knows, ...

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8 reasons why you should be using The International Profiler (TIP®)

Posted on 18/4/2018 by Seiji Nakano

When you originally heard about The International Profiler (TIP®) there must have been something about the tool that captured your interest and imagination... ...

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Construction workers

When it’s time to take the pulse of an international team

Posted on 27/9/2017 by Richard Lowe

  “This is outrageous. Different people all proposing significant changes to the layout at this very late stage in the project – it’s nonsense. We agreed the Pressing Plant plan ...

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Could we save the NHS?

Could we save the NHS by applying cross-cultural competence?

Posted on 15/2/2017 by Richard Lowe

Perhaps the NHS could do with some self awareness development? The news headlines tell us that the NHS is facing a stark financial situation; it urgently needs to save ...

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The WorldWork Intern Diaries – Part 1

Posted on 22/12/2015 by Richard Lowe

“Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death.” - Albert Einstein. At WorldWork we could not agree more which is one of the reasons why our ...

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WorldWork Open Evening: Is intercultural training obsolete?

Posted on 3/12/2015 by Richard Lowe

A big thank you to Cheryl from Greyson Marketing and everyone who was able to join us at our open evening to present the findings from research we commissioned at ...

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ITTI: Helping to manage challenges across cultures…

Posted on 26/11/2015 by Richard Lowe

TCO International, one of WorldWork's associated training companies, has successfully used the International Team Trust Indicator (ITTI) numerous times with client teams. In a recently book published by McGraw Hill ...

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