Polish people are hardworking, often look angry and drink a lot. These are stereotypes. But is there some truth in this? Is this something that can be explained? What’s it like to work with Polish people?
I can’t stand it anymore! So often here I hear that Polish people keep whinging about everything, they make conversations out of it and so on. But how can we not? The UK weather is really not the best, the flats are so expensive here, tube is so crowded (and always broken! So please spend […]
I have been travelling quite a lot over the past couple of months. I’ve been mostly to countries where I don’t know the local language at all. Turkey, Austria, Italy, France, UK and my home country Poland. These were not long trips, just work or short holiday, but made me think about the language fluency […]
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.
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?
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?
Low and high context cultures – what does that mean? How does England compare to Poland? What impacts country’s location on the communication scale?
This post is for you if you wish to learn about my perspective on differences between English and Polish schools – which is better- single gender or mixed gender schools, what’s with the lockers or how long can you spend on a lunch break.