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Russian Cross-Cultural Training: How to Conduct a Business Meeting Zang Team Introduction Zang Team Look for similarities Respect Differences Agenda Language and Trust Power Distance High Context vs. Low Context Monochronic vs. Polychronic Individualism vs. Collectivism

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introduction
Introduction
  • Zang Team
  • Look for similarities
  • Respect Differences
agenda
Agenda
  • Language and Trust
  • Power Distance
  • High Context vs. Low Context
  • Monochronic vs. Polychronic
  • Individualism vs. Collectivism
  • Summary & Conclusion
language and trust
Language and Trust
  • Interpreter Protocol
  • Speak slow and use common terms
  • No faith in unsigned documents
power distance
Power Distance
  • Low
    • Less separation by position
    • Diversity
  • High
    • Separation by position
    • Background important
    • Little diversity
high context
High Context
  • Who you are is most important
  • Talk around the point
  • Great distinction between insider and outsider
  • Stability more important than change
low context
Low Context
  • What you do is most important
  • Get to the point
  • Less distinction between insider and outsider
monochronic
Monochronic
  • Schedule takes priority
  • One thing at a time
  • Time is money
  • Accomplishing more tasks
polychronic
Polychronic
  • Schedules
  • Involve many things at once
  • Emphasis on building relationships
  • Patience is the key
individualism
Individualism
  • Work independently
  • Compete with others
  • Personal achievement
  • Decisions by compromise
  • Group subject to individuals in it
collectivism
Collectivism
  • People depend on each other
  • Loyalty and protection from group
  • Act in harmony
  • Reach a consensus decision
summary
Summary
  • Language and Trust
  • Power Distance
  • High Context vs. Low Context
  • Monochronic vs. Polychronic
  • Collectivism vs. Individualism
conclusion
Conclusion
  • We challenge you to:

“Look for similarities, but respect the differences!”