Most people are aware that the people in other places are different, but this understanding rarely goes beyond surface differences like the way people greet each other with a handshake, a bow, a kiss or a hug. These visible differences are rarely a problem and most intercultural conflicts are actually caused by deeper differences. Just how deep these differences are has only been uncovered recently by new research in psychology and neuroscience, revealing that some parts of the world of culture are as unknown as the areas on old maps labeled "Hic sunt dracones" - "here be dragons".
Speaker: Andrew Hennigan, Communication Consultant, Speaker, Writer
Date & Time:
Thursday October 2, 17.00-18.30
BRANN AB, Fleminggatan 7, Stockholm
More information: Anders Tangen, BRANN AB, firstname.lastname@example.org
The seminar will be held in English.