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  1. Employee Wellness in the Norwegian Work Culture

    ...often been called the ‘reserved’ Norwegian communication style. This style can be seen not only outside ... classify how businesspeople across the globe communicate differently with one another, which turned into...

    Article Working in Norway Apr. 15 2021
  2. Integration: What does it mean to you?

    ...on integrating? At a recent course on intercultural communication, the topic of integration was quickly ... Integration: What does it mean to you? integration,intercultural communicaiton,international workplace,living...

    Article Working in Norway Nov. 17 2017
  3. Integration at Work: Simply the Best?

    Simply the Best? integration in Norway,intercultural communication issues,living in Norway,working in norway ... could apply to the stereotypical Norwegian communication style. People here are known for speaking plainly...

    Article Working in Norway May 12 2018
  4. Why You Should Post on LinkedIn

    Below is a link to a presentation I recently gave to a women’s networking group about why ... Why You Should Post on LinkedIn communication,intercultural communication,international workplace,LinkedIn...

    Article Working in Norway Oct. 6 2016
  5. Working in Norway: Don’t Say “Hello” in the Morning

    I was recently on a website where foreign-born employees had been asked the following question: ... Don’t Say “Hello” in the Morning intercultural communication,intercultural misunderstanding,international...

    Article Working in Norway Dec. 6 2017
  6. Integration in Norway: Find Your Tribe

    ...this case non-Norwegians attending my Intercultural Communication at Work course – think about the term ... this case non-Norwegians attending my Intercultural Communication at Work course – think about the term...

    Article Working in Norway Nov. 10 2017
  7. First Impressions and Foreigners: Which Language Should You Speak?

    ...classroom. At my most recent course – Intercultural Communication in the Workplace – held last week in ... Should You Speak? integration in Norway,intercultural communication,international workplace,Norwegian language...

    Article Working in Norway Sept. 17 2017
  8. Meeting People: What do you tell them about yourself?

    ...tell them about yourself? communication skills,intercultural communication issues,living in Norway,Norwegian ... get from their conversational partner. True communication or just a monologue? I ask, ‘Is that person...

    Article Working in Norway Dec. 27 2019
  9. Integration as International Business: Are you the buyer or the seller?

    ...globalization,integration in Norway,integration tips,intercultural commnication,international workplace, Working ... during a recent session of my course, Intercultural Communication at Work, I asked the people there – a...

    Article Working in Norway Jan. 6 2018
  10. When Rude Isn’t Rude: Norway Scores Third Person Shutout

    A shutout (US) is a game in which one team prevents the other from scoring any points. I teach ... Third Person Shutout integration,intercultural communication,intercultural misunderstanding,international...

    Article Working in Norway Oct. 27 2017
  11. Competitive Conversation: Fighting the Phone

    What is it with people and their phones? Picture the scene: You’re at a big work-related dinner ... Fighting the Phone communication skills,globalization,intercultural communication issues,international...

    Article Working in Norway Feb. 12 2018
  12. The Italian Job: Network(ing) Failure at Its Finest

    Failure at Its Finest culture class,intercultural communication,LinkedIn profile,Norwegian business culture ... wronged? Many years ago, I taught an Intercultural Communication course at a business college. In class...

    Article Working in Norway Feb. 23 2018
  13. Stop in the Name of Workplace Inclusion

    At a recent course on intercultural communication in the workplace, I had just given my ‘do’s and don’ts’ ... Workplace Inclusion foreign language,intercultural communication,native language, Working in Norway At...

    Article Working in Norway May 6 2016
  14. To Correct or Not to Correct: When Should Native Speakers Speak Up?

    When Should Native Speakers Speak Up? intercultural communication, Working in Norway Foreign language learners ... fact came up a few days ago at an ‘intercultural communication at work’ course, where both native and...

    Article Working in Norway June 9 2016
  15. Techie Talk: Do technical presentations need to live up to their reputation?

    ...there? People attending my course on intercultural communication seem to like discussing this statement ... up to their reputation? communication,competence,intercultural communication,presentation skills, Working...

    Article Working in Norway May 15 2016
  16. Integration: How to Move to Norway

    If you’ve moved to Norway, learn something about Norway. Then tell Norwegians what you’ve learned. ... Norway integration in Norway,intercultural communication,intercultural misunderstanding,international...

    Article Working in Norway Jan. 12 2018
  17. Tell me: What’s the short version of your (working) life?

    Have you ever thought about practicing how to tell someone about what you do at work? When ... English speaking skills,globalization,intercultural communication,international workplace,working in norway...

    Article Working in Norway Oct. 15 2017
  18. Skype Meetings: You Can’t Run and You Can’t Hide

    Meetings: You Can’t Run and You Can’t Hide intercultural communication,international workplace,working in norway ... Interesting because of the stereotypical Scandinavian communication style, which includes their usually being rather...

    Article Working in Norway Sept. 8 2016
  19. Networking Nerves: Is the Tip Included?

    In the interest of following the current trend of writing advice in the form of tip ... Nerves: Is the Tip Included? communication skills,intercultural communication,international workplace,networking...

    Article Working in Norway Dec. 13 2016
  20. How to Break My Language Barrier

    Patience and Participation: The Keys to the Communication Castle? Over the course of a regular workday ... Break My Language Barrier communication skills,intercultural communication,language barrier, Working...

    Article Working in Norway Feb. 23 2016
  21. Beyond Networking: Learn to Ask the Quality Question

    Networking: Learn to Ask the Quality Question intercultural communication, Working in Norway On an average annual ... sessions so that they will become better able to communicate with their counterparts, in turn making the wheels...

    Article Working in Norway June 17 2016
  22. What Not to Ask a Foreigner

    Don’t you miss your familiy? ... Karin Lee What Not to Ask a Foreigner intercultural communication, Working in Norway A recent blog written...

    Article Working in Norway Apr. 5 2016
  23. Integration in Norway: Mimicking or mocking a foreign accent?

    Was I a victim of prejudicial accent bullying? Or am I being overly sensitive and over ... integration in Norway,integration tips,intercultural communication,living in Norway,working in norway, Working...

    Article Working in Norway Feb. 1 2018
  24. Interview Poker: The Danger of Keeping Your Cards (Too) Close to Your Chest

    While a job interview should be a lively, interesting conversation between two professionals ... Cards (Too) Close to Your Chest communication,intercultural communication,international workplace,interview...

    Article Working in Norway Mar. 29 2016
  25. Paying It Forward: A Culture of Sharing in Business

    This idea of paying it forward instead of back is not new, but rather has been in circulation ... chance that ended with my running an intercultural communication course for the staff members in her department...

    Article Working in Norway Jan. 20 2016