Podcast 57 Preparing for a Cross-Cultural Business Meeting
Each cross-cultural business meeting is unique. The goal of the meeting is different, the areas of expertise required are different, the location may be different, or the levels of company hierarchy represented may be different. As such, team members need to be carefully chosen, training may be necessary, travel time may need to be adjusted to allow for recovery time, an interpreter may need to be hired, and members will need to prepare.
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