BRAZILPerson -to-person communication while Portuguese is the preferred language method with English and Spanish are also used more frequently. Brazilian’s are to pint and UpfrontBrazilians has a lot none of communication that is no –verbal where physical touching is more common like the kissing of cheek to cheek One example is the “O.K.” symbol one can make with their hands. It is regarded as just meaning “O.K.” in theProcedures are a sought after. Good gestures are given before meetings. Taken Brazilians do not enforced time they believe in them. Slower pace of business communication. More patience. Brazil: In Brazil, it is also very significant to use labels. Engaging Intercultural Tactics aimed at Working with Transnational Organizations; Diverse Customer Service; Cross Cultural Dimensions of Human Resource Management; and International
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Foreigners may get heated, irritated or even angry. In Swedish business life this is called hysterical behavior. Hysteria is abnormal and uncomfortable and should preferably not occur during office hours. Europe:
ITALYItalians love face to face communication. Their preferred language is Italian; however the English language is also preferred to be used frequently. They are to the point and talk with emotions and illustrations.
There is lots of non-verbal communication. There is a lot of physical touching as well as hang gestures with a variety of meanings. There is also a reduced sense of personal space. Very expressive. Handshakes are common among both genders.Italian companies are filled with firm chain of command and formalities. Italian’s have meeting which often filled with interruptions. Seniority or the priority in all of their business...