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With the business world growing increasingly global, borders and time zones are being torn down for the global board room.
As in house counsel, it's not unfathomable that you may have to engage in mediation or negotiations with parties in other countries. You might even have to travel to other countries to engage in discussions or mediation.
How can you ensure that you maintain a cultural respect when dealing with another party whose business culture might be different from what you're accustomed to?
Here are a few cross-cultural business tips.
A final tip: In addition to learning about basic cross-cultural norms, be sure to research possible taboos also, as these could impair your negotiations heavily. The Internet is abundant full of information and articles on cultural norms in business.
Meeting with a lawyer can help you understand your options and how to best protect your rights. Visit our attorney directory to find a lawyer near you who can help.
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