Living away from home might be a difficult experience, especially at the beginning when you don’t quite know anyone, don’t know where everything is, don’t have rituals in place yet and in general you are still the new one. The role of friends and relatives in this transition period is very important.
Decision making process preferences differ not only culture to culture, but also individual to individual. It makes it quite a difficult one to adjust to when moving abroad and requires a lot of patience and understanding.
I’ve got another portion of interesting resources for you. You will find a couple of articles as well as a podcast which I recently very much liked and am listening to non-stop. Enjoy! 🙂
Today I’d like to talk you through my experiences of a very short long-weekend visit In Turkey. If you’d like to learn about the highlights of my short trip to the Turkish coast please read on!
I have recently read an article analysing all the negatives of our today’s global world, including losing national identity or spreading various diseases. Given my personal resolution to bring more and more positive psychology to my life I decided to rethink the topic and list three main things I value in globalisation as an expat.
I don’t know about you, but I like starting the day with some coffee and reading, checking the news (and social media… yes, guilty!) or going back to saved bookmarks. Recently I’ve been saving a significant amount of articles that I thought would be good to share with you at some point. I therefore decided […]
Imagine a situation where you are standing in the room full of people during a networking event. You have just moved to this new city and are looking to get some new professional connections, which could possibly result in business collaboration soon. How will you approach the others? How will you start a conversation? How […]
Leadership. A key to success in today’s business world. It seems like everyone knows what it means to be a leader, what skills to work on to be a better leader, how to work with people to be perceived as a good leader. But is it really?
Can you imagine entering the magic world of druids, getting to know their secret spells, feeling the presence of the dead ancestors? Would you like to see the picturesque landscape with a circle of massive stones in the centre of it? Would you like to “touch” the history and really feel as if you travelled […]
Giving constructive feedback has become an important skill in today’s business world. What does it mean to give a good feedback in a multicultural environment?