By David Holt-Biddle
Tradition clever! offers crucial info on attitudes, ideals and behaviour in numerous nations, making sure that you just arrive at your vacation spot conscious of uncomplicated manners, universal courtesies, and delicate matters. those concise publications inform you what to anticipate, tips on how to behave, and the way to set up a rapport along with your hosts. This inside of wisdom will aid you keep away from embarrassing gaffes and error, believe convinced in unexpected events, and boost belief, friendships, and winning enterprise relationships.
Culture shrewdpermanent! bargains illuminating insights into the tradition and society of a selected kingdom. it's going to assist you to show your visit-whether on company or for pleasure-into a memorable and enriching event. Contents include
customs, values, and traditions
historical, spiritual, and political background
life at home
leisure, social, and cultural life
eating and drinking
do's, don'ts, and taboos
communication, spoken and unspoken
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South Africa - Culture Smart!: The Essential Guide to Customs & Culture by David Holt-Biddle