“We are all in this together” – but are we really? After this great re-set, employees and customers are watching very closely to see what businesses and organisations are actually doing – actions, verbs, behaviours
One thing that every foreigner visiting the Arab world will agree on is how warm, welcoming, and hospitable the culture is. Hospitality is an Arab tradition that is deeply ingrained in the culture. Visitors are
I would like to share with you this blog that was written by Rebecca Byrne
Navigating Through Compromise and Flexibility
I wish someone had given 19-year old me a copy of Rana Nejem’s When in the Arab World before
Human nature compels us to want to help our family and friends. Normally, this comes in the form of offering a ride, cooking a meal, helping with homework, and other innocuous expressions of affection and
Biology challenges our intercultural theories. That was one of the themes that stood out for me during the 4 days I spent in Dublin with about 400 other inter-cultural trainers, coaches and researchers, at the SIETAR
The sighting of the new moon marks the start of Ramadan. This is the time when your Cultural Intelligence will prove extremely valuable.
Ramadan is a time when Muslims all over the world refrain from eating
The book is finally out! When in the Arab World; An Insider’s Guide to Living and Working with Arab Culture.
Who would benefit from this book? Everyone and anyone who wants to visit or do business with,