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Business culture UK-US-Global
Cultural differences and adaptation for successful business
Cultural differences between countries can have a major impact on how to do business and communicate with business partners from different parts of the world. This is particularly relevant in the English-speaking countries of the world, where the UK and the US are two of the most influential and well-established economies. As a result, many companies have discovered that understanding and adapting to the UK-US-Global business culture is essential for successful business.
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Same language but big differences in how you use it
George Bernard Shaw once coined the famous phrase “Two nations divided by a common language” when describing the United States and the United Kingdom. Although England, Scotland, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States officially speak the same language, there are significant differences in the way the language is used. But spelling and words are still the minor differences and perhaps less important as people on both sides of the Atlantic get used to these differences. Purely cultural differences are more difficult, and there are differences on many levels. How you dress, how you address your superiors and subordinates, and how clear and direct you are when speaking are just some of the factors that can differ between countries.
Communicate better with international business partners by understanding the business culture UK-US-Global
Executive English offers customized training to help companies and individuals develop their ability to navigate and communicate effectively in different business cultures around the world. By learning about the business culture of specific countries and regions, you can avoid misunderstandings, build trust and strengthen relationships, which can ultimately increase your company’s success and profitability. With knowledge of business culture, you can avoid inadvertently alienating potential business partners or customers, and instead show respect and understanding for their way of doing business.
Executive English courses give participants a concrete and practical understanding of business culture that can be applied directly to their daily work and business relationships.