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1 Belgium Group 4 – Section A Arjun Chaudhuri Arjun Khosla Ria Verma Sneha Manan Tandlum Suhash Contents
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2 1. Intercultural dynamics within companies 1.1 Age conscious personnel policies. ................... 3 1.2 Diversity. ......................................................... 3 1.3 Respecting intercultural dynamics. ................ 4 1.4 Communication with overseas operations. ...4 2. Business and Corporate Culture. ............................ 4 2.1Business in Belgium. ....................................... 4 2.2 Business Structures. ....................................... 5 2.3Management Style. ......................................... 6 2.4 Belgian Teams. .............................................. 6 2.5 Communication Styles. .................................. 7 2.6 Belgian Dress Code. ..................................... 8 3 Non Verbal Components. ........................................ 8 3.1 Sales representatives handling meetings. ....9 3.2 Meeting etiquettes. ....................................... 9 Reference Details. ........................................................................ 10 1. Intercultural dynamics within Companies 1. The companies introduce a new theoretical perspective on leadership and intercultural issues which builds upon the previous work of cross-cultural theorists from previous decades in educational leadership discourse
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3 2. The companies explore the three primary contexts for leadership and intercultural interaction; with indigenous communities in nation states, with multicultural communities in nation states and with international education and development programs. 3. They draw upon a variety of authors from across the globe; from Australia, Britain, Canada, China, Fiji, Hong Kong, Mexico Sweden and the United States 4. They provide opportunities for the development of comparative and wide ranging perspectives within specific fields. For instance employees are able to compare issues related to indigenous interaction in New Zealand, Canada and Fiji. Multicultural perspectives can be informed by experiences from Britain, Canada and the US. 1.1 Age conscious personnel policies An equal opportunity employment policy is one of the foundations of Belgian companies. Provided it is implemented correctly, this kind of policy represents an effective response to many challenges in the socio-economic field as well as in the field of talent management and employee well-being. That is why the companies of Belgium decided to initiate a working group on one of the major diversity problems in Belgium, i.e. the employment of older people within a company. Companies seek to provide equal employment opportunities to people irrespective of their age. 1.2 Diversity
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