Meishi Koukan 名刺交換: Business card protocol in Japan
In Asia, exchanging business cards is subject to a strict protocol ritual. It’s a real ceremony that you need to know well to succeed in your first steps in the business world. Think Manners helps you to decode the protocol of this exchange.
Positive image for women
Some women admit to a lack of confidence, especially within the professional sphere. Think Manners offers concrete guidelines that are easy to follow for every woman to boost their confidence and convey a positive image of themselves.
Cultural dimensions – a competitive advantage for those who understand them
Understanding the importance of issues related to cultural differences in professional environments is at the heart of knowing how to live together. An awareness of these Key cultural dimensions can quickly and easily help to make sense of these issues.
The little black dress: French icon, absolute must-have!
The little black dress is an institution in France. As a symbol of elegance, it has become a staple in our wardrobes. Think Manners takes a look at the history of this famous dress and offers some tips on how to get the most out of it in all circumstances, formal or informal.
Elevator speech: the art of persuasion
The elevator speech is a very powerful tool to present yourself in a few sentences. These few lines cannot be improvised. What are the key steps to writing the winning pitch?
The key steps to make your business lunch a success!
To make your business lunch a success, and place all the odds in your favor, there are some essential rules of etiquette to follow. Think Manners offers you a checklist to help you shine in this exercise.
IRC: 4 intercultural competencies
Think Manners takes a look at the 4 intercultural competencies tested in the IRC (Intercultural Readiness Check) questionnaire. Already used by more than 70,000 participants, it is a crucial tool for all those who work in diverse environments where mastering cultural differences ensures the effectiveness of organizations.