Living and Working in Japan – What Can You Expect?

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A country with 126.4 million people, 6852 islands, square watermelons and the highest life expectancy of the world: We are talking about Japan. Every year, more than 30 million tourists visit the land of the rising sun. Sights, natural spectacles and culinary delicacies make Japan a popular travel destination. But as country for emigration? Even though it is probably not the first destination that comes to your mind, 707 Germans officially immigrated to Japan – 611 returned to their home country. Why? Because such a different way of life cannot only be interesting, but also challenging. Japanese are different, but Germans too. Learn more about living and working in Japan and the cultural differences that you can expect on the other side of the world.

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Success Factor: Employee Motivaton

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Employee motivation has become a costly aspect for many organizations: Expensive benefits such as better health, dental and vision insurances, student loan assistance, tuition assistance, gym memberships and free snacks are supposed to increase the employee retention and also attract new employees. But to truly motivate your employees, there are a few other things that should not be underestimated: effective communication, leading as coach, and most importantly, no more demotivating. First, it is important to understand, why employee motivation is so important though.

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What your Personality Tells You about Your Stress Management

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The personality of a person determines their way of thinking, their perspectives, feelings, as well as behavior and always “accompanies” a person. In fact, it is about the individualism and the distinguishing characteristics of a person. It helps to adopt and also to conquer the challenges of life. One of these challenges is stress. The way we deal with stress, is a significant aspect of our personality.

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Communication at Work – What’s Really Important?

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An article by Bahar Moumin, Manager Marketing & Sales at ti communication

A man wants to hang up a picture. He has the nail but no hammer. The neighbor has one. So our man decides to go over to borrow the hammer. But then he doubts: What if the neighbor doesn’t want to lend him his hammer? Yesterday, he already greeted me so briefly. Maybe he was in a rush. But maybe, he only pretended to be in a rush, because he has a problem with me. But why? I didn’t do anything to him; he must have taken something the wrong way. If someone wanted to borrow a tool from me, I would give it to them immediately. Why wouldn’t he? How can you say no when someone asks you such a simple favor?

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Globalization – 6 Ways to Lead Your Intercultural Team towards Success

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In the ever increasing globalized world, collaborations of intercultural teams have slowly become the norm. Therefore, it is not surprising that intercultural competencies have become a key competency of the 21st century. Since the globalization intensifies relationships worldwide on various levels, not only chances, but also challenges emerge. From efficient communication, conflict management, to constant development, there are numerous things you can do, to lead your intercultural teams towards success.

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