About This Week’s Guest
Stefan and his “Dream-Life” family
Full-time daddy who travels with the family for many years around the world.
Author, blogger, and part of a family that live their dream!
Worked 13 years for an international bank in the IT department and headed several multi-cultural teams and projects.
His tips to become more culturally aware are:
- Be very aware of your intention when you deal with other cultures. Don’t be shy. If you approach other people with a smile you’ll be OK.
- Go to a Cultural Awareness workshop or course. Period.
- We’re all human beings; don’t think in terms of “high-cost employees” and “low-cost employees“. This creates a wrong kind of inequality thinking
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