Cross-Cultural Remote Management: any cultural bias?

Cross-Cultural Management: Cultural bias after 3 years of daily remote communication? By Dr. Katerina Pouliasi (in2cultures) and Dr Michael Bender (Assistant Professor, Tilburg University) the Netherlands Presentation for the Academic track of the 2019 SIETAR Europe Congress Abstract In highly globalized markets, international alliances enhance competitiveness – but considerations of challenges due to cultural differences […]

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Assessing implicit cultural bias in feeling thinking and behavior

(This workshop has been blind reviewed by the 2019 SIETAR Europa committee. We were extremely honoured to hear that both reviewers evaluated the workshop as ‘excellent’ See evaluations below) The workshop will be presented in the 2019 SIETAR Europa Congress Track 4: Education and Intercultural Professions – Recent research and other critical developments Theoretical framework […]

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What would you ‘normally’ do?

Our cross-culturally running survey! This survey is addressed to people from different cultural backgrounds who work/interact/co-operate, live together, have any kind of feelings for the ‘other’! Please answer the Questionnaire honestly! The first thought that comes to your mind is the BEST answer! That mirrors the ways we all spontaneously interpret and reason the world […]

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When do Cross-Border Interactions lead to Effective Communication?

What issues could arise in a North-South European co-operation? Think critically, go through our cultural simulations to, Embody what in the other culture works One needs to feel the other culture in action rather than listen to theories or advice. Participants (when feasible with diverse cultural background) work in groups with straightforward exercises that make […]

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‘Bicultural minds’ at NIP symposium

Title of presentation: Bicultural minds: How do they manage culturally conflicted situations and subjective well-being? at NIP upcoming symposium: When culture matters: The contribution of cross-cultural studies to the development of psychology as a science. Utrecht, the Netherlands / 2 November, 2017 Abstract When you live actively with more than one culture you may, partly unconsciously, […]

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Intercultural Survey: participant’s origin

Participants answered the open question: ‘In which country have you been born and raised? ‘ Some may have indicated two countries, like: Germany / U.S.A The grouping of countries, apart from geographical position, is also based on the distinction between WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrialised,  Rich & Democratic) and less-WEIRD countries, as well as on Hofstede’s […]

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