Brazil beyond stereotype

Tanor de Romão Gomes

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Date(s) - 26/02/2018
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


What we will discuss:

  • Putting together some important Brazilian values: “Flexibility”, “Relationships” and “Status”
  • How some “typical” behaviors may contrast with those of the Swiss – or some Swiss cultures
  • Brazilian and Swiss Expats’ experiences and challenges
  • Building Swiss-Brazilian cultural bridges

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Intercultural Consultant, Multicultural Communication Consulting Ltda, Co-author of Cultural Detective Brazil and Cultural Detective Italy

Born in Brazil to Italian and Spanish parents, Tanor has lived and traveled extensively in Italy, England and the United States of America. He is the founder of Multicultural Communication Consulting Ltda, a Brazil-based intercultural business consulting and training organization, where he aids a variety of corporations in meeting the challenges of doing business internationally.

Tanor graduated in civil engineering in 1982, working on construction projects for many years. After graduation he began working in the area of human resources administration. This career change added to his international experience, changing his focus toward intercultural relations. He has been active in this field since 1992. Tanor currently supports multinational corporations in planning mergers and acquisitions in Brazil. He is also responsible for training programs in cultural awareness, pre-departure, in-country orientation, reentry, and multicultural team building for inbound and outbound international transfers. He is currently conducting research on the regional cultural differences in Brazil and the affect on today’s business.

This webinar is free for  SIETAR Switzerland members

Friends and Followers : CHF 25.-/participant.
Other SIETAR Associations : A limited number of places are available on a complimentary basis to members of other SIETAR Associations. These places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis provided there is room after our members are registered.

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