Speaking of India: Bridging the Communication Gap When Working with Indians

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Intercultural Press, Jan 11, 2011 - Business & Economics - 224 pages
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For Westerners conducting business with Indians and Indians trying to figure out the West, this is an indispensable book.

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User Review  - Alex Mrvaljevich - Goodreads

Good points but starts going round and round the same topic again, I feel 30% of this book could have been cut without impact Read full review

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User Review  - Marshall Robinson - Goodreads

Learn why Indians shake their head 'no' when they mean yes. The sub title of this book is "Bridging the Communication Gap When Working with Indians". The bood does a good job of that. Read full review

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Craig Storti is founder and co-director of Communicating Across Cultures, a Washington, D.C.-based intercultural communication training and consulting firm specializing in seminars on cross-cultural adjustment and repatriation. With work appearing in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Chicago Tribune, he is the author of six books, including Speaking of India: Bridging the Communication Gap When Working with Indians and the bestselling Cross-Cultural Dialogues, The Art of Crossing Cultures, and The Art of Coming Home. Having lived nearly a quarter of his life abroad, he lives now in Maryland. For more information, please visit his website: www.craigstorti.com.

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