Podcast – The Culture Mastery
By Christian Höferle
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Welcome to The Culture Guy Podcast - this is the show dedicated to all of you who are passionate about cultures and how culture influences everything we do: The way we talk, the way we listen, the way we act or react, the way we feel and the way we see the world. This show is a place for you to connect and engage with people from around the world who care about cultural understanding, making meaningful global connections, and fostering diversity. Together we will learn on this show how culture shapes all our behaviors and how we can inspire, motivate, lead, and communicate better across cultures. Join your host, Christian Höferle, also known as The Culture Guy, on a journey to becoming agents of peace. Because together we will make the world a more peaceful place by helping people from different cultures understand each other better.
||CleanHow Unmanaged Diversity Will Lead to a Mess in Global Business [The Culture Guy Podcast]||When companies fail abroad, 50% to 70% of the time this is due to cultural differences that have not been addressed, says Sophie Lechner. The CEO of Global Commerce Education and creator of The G2 Experience is dedicated to making her clients aware of .||7/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhy knowing Spanish isn’t good enough to be successful in Latin America [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Adjusting to cultural differences between Spain and the Spanish-speaking parts of the Americas Spanish is the world’s second most common language with more than 400 million native speakers. Comparable to English it has been a lingua franca for centuri||5/27/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhy the Japanese concept of Nemawashi affects leadership in a Western context [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Working with professionals from Japan, Mexico, and the USA For three decades Jack Parsons worked for a Japanese car manufacturer who is building vehicles in the United States. In fact, Honda was the first automaker from Japan which established a produc.||3/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCombining Czech, Japanese, and U.S. Influences to Boost Global Business [The Culture Guy Podcast]||From Third Culture Kid to International Business Etiquette Expert She lived abroad as a child and as an adult; she studied, worked, and traveled to more than 70 countries on 7 continents; she speaks French and Czech.||2/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow a Corporate Hack became a Global HR Leader [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Four countries, four cultures, four MBA universities Throughout his almost 20-year corporate career Matt Burns has had the opportunity of working for companies with operations around the world. Currently, he is in what he describes “the midst of a mid||1/17/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhy your perceptions of Iran are probably wrong [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Three countries in seven years For many Western expats the list of destinations for an overseas work assignment often include countries among the developed economies as well as the leading powers among the developing nations.||12/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhy failure is no fiasco and rather feedback [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Rachel Smets shares her confidence hacks for moving abroad On this episode Rachel Smets, author of “Awaken Your Confidence,” shares her experiences of moving abroad and living in different countries. Born and raised in Belgium,||10/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHow do we respond to hatred and bigotry? [The Culture Guy Podcast]||An attempt to digest the Charlottesville riots and the rise of violent hate groups in the United States This episode begins with a different song, as it covers different terrain. I recorded it on August 13,||8/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMastering a mixed marriage in Indonesia [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Silke Irmscher talks about transitioning from Saxony to Java On this episode Silke Irmscher, founder of Culturenergy, tells her story of how she left Germany and fell in love with Indonesia and, in fact, found love on the island of Java.||8/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNo need to force cultural agility upon others [The Culture Guy Podcast]||Marie Gervais talks about Nabil from Nottingham and being allergic to rice in Japan On this episode Marie Gervais, the CEO of Shift Management, Inc. in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada), shares how she learned that people can be plotted on a continuum of cult||5/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
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