International business (part 2): behaviour von Michael Schmitz

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „International business (part 2): behaviour“ von Michael Schmitz ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Effective communication through soft skills “. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Office rules
  • Building an international network
  • Networking in the office
  • Networking at social events
  • Formal business dinner
  • Dinner: Seating
  • Dinner: Ordering
  • Dinner: Wine
  • Dinner: Etiquette Failure
  • Dinner: Conversation
  • Dinner: Common Mistakes
  • Dinner: Graceful exit
  • Summary

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. have the right mindset and regard introductions as very valuable especially in collectivistic cultures.
  2. have the right mindset and regard introductions as very valuable especially in individualistic cultures.
  3. be flexible and regard introductions as very valuable especially in individualistic cultures.
  4. be flexible and regard introductions as very valuable especially in collectivistic cultures.
  1. you should be polite, respectful and optimistic. Discuss specific deals later in private.
  2. you should directly ask for feedback and support.
  3. you should try to get to know as many people as possible.
  4. you should drink first with the others, and then start talking to them.
  1. You are on time and await the other guests inside.
  2. You arrive before the fixed time, wait outside the restaurant in the summer or in the lobby during the winter.
  3. You move inside - but as a host, you would wait outside.
  4. You always arrive a bit later and move straight inside.
  1. You should not order food like spaghetti or a soup that could spill or that is not easy to eat.
  2. You should not order the most expensive dish.
  3. You should wait for the host regarding alcohol.
  4. You should not order food like meat with fries or potatoes that could offend somebody.
  5. You should not order the cheapest dish.
  1. is overrated. Order what you want or ask for advice, but do not fall prey to false pretentiousness.
  2. requires a lot of knowledge and skill - never show your lack of knowledge.
  3. is always something you order: show your knowledge!
  4. and hard alcohol arrive at the same time.
  1. It is bad tool to find common topics and to begin the self-disclosure game.
  2. It is a great tool to find common topics and to begin the self-disclosure game.
  3. It shows a lack of respect.
  4. It is ideal to learn about politics and religion.
  1. Wait till the others have finished eating, get up quietly and politely, thank the host for the dinner and send an e-mail with “Thank you” one or two days later.
  2. Wait till the others have finished eating, get up quietly and politely, thank the host for the dinner and send an e-mail with “Thank you” three or four days later.
  3. Wait till the others have finished eating, get up quietly and politely, thank everybody for the dinner and send an e-mail with “Thank you” three or four days later.
  4. Wait till the others have finished eating, get up quietly and politely, thank everybody for the dinner and send an e-mail with “Thank you” one or two days later.

Dozent des Vortrages International business (part 2): behaviour

 Michael Schmitz

Michael Schmitz

Michael Schmitz ist der Gründer von Artefact Consulting und führt Trainings für Universitäten und Firmen weltweit durch. Neben seiner Tätigkeit als Trainer und Dozent ist er Buchautor von "Elitestudent - Wie werde ich besser als der Durchschnitt" und Geschäftsführer eines Netzwerks für Elitestudenten (Elitestudent-Deutschland.de). Vor seiner Selbstständigkeit hat er für die Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt und London gearbeitet und war mit globalen Managementaufgaben und Bankenintegrationsprojekten beschäftigt. Michael Schmitz schloss seine Studien an der Rotterdam School of Management und der Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration in Bergen mit einem Master of Science in International Management und einem weiteren Master, dem CEMS Master in International Management, ab. Er hat einen Bachelor of Science in International Business von der Universität Maastricht und der BI Norwegian School of Management in Oslo.

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