Americans at Work: A Guide to the Can-Do People

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Jul 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 200 pages
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Whether you work with Americans face-to-face, communicate with them by telephone or e-mail or interact together in a virtual team, Americans at Work reveals the subtle and the not-so-subtle aspects of American culture in the workplace. Knowing how Americans work with each other will help you predict their reactions and, more important, their expectations of you. And if you are American, you will better understand your own behavior and be able to work more effectively with colleagues from other cultures.

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Generally, I do not like sweeping generalizations. This book proves there is an exception to every rule. Intended for while-collar managers, Craig Storti provides non-Americans with cultural ... Read full review

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Criag Storti is founder and director of Communicating Across Cultures, a Washington DC-based intercultural communication training and consulting firm. With work appearing in the Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Chicago Tribune, he is the author of six books, 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. After living nearly a quarter of his life abroad, he now lives in Maryland. For more information, please visit his website: www.craigstorti.com.

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