Switzerland--Faith Wilkerson

Switzerland--Faith Wilkerson - if invited to dine in a...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  4/20/11 Switzerland By: Faith Wilkerson 
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 4/20/11 Map
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 4/20/11 Government  Federal republic State Capital  Bern City 23 Kantone  (States)
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 4/20/11 Currency What it’s called  What it looks like The Swiss currency is 
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 4/20/11 Shake hands with all present  Address each other by their surname. Always address someone by their professional  title. When invited, use first names.  Meeting And Greeting Always Start with the  oldest person there. 
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 4/20/11 The people of Switzerland are private people No questions to personal  Language  German, French, Italian and Romansch German "Herr“ (Gentleman) "Frau" (woman) “French Monsieur" and "Madame”  Italian-  "Signore" and "Signora".  Communications  
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 4/20/11 Gift-giving is not a part of Swiss business culture, 
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Unformatted text preview: if invited to dine in a colleague’s home, it is appropriate ◦ flowers or high quality (Swiss!)chocolate. Gift Giving 4/20/11 Dress Code Dress formally Arrive at the designated time for appointments 4/20/11 Table Manners Do’s and Don'ts RUDE Nonverbal 4/20/11 Business cards are the same in Switzerland as they are in America. Name, Company, Logo if any, Title, Address, and Phone number Business 4/20/11 Overview REMEMBER Always address Crossing legs ankle- 4/20/11 http://www.about.ch/ Google (images) http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/etiquette/doing-bus http://www.communicaid.com/access/pdf/library/cu References...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course BUS 114 taught by Professor Pitts during the Spring '10 term at Grand Valley State.

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