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Cultural Training and the Brexit

While Brexit will be a huge change for a variety of reasons, many companies will be dealing with this shift out of the EU by moving their business and their people. Along with the obvious...

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Destination Profile: Ireland

Whether you are going on vacation, moving abroad, or traveling for work, it is always comforting to know the basics before you arrive. Feeling comfortable with what people eat, how they interact...

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17 Things We Learned about Intercultural Training in 2017

The end of a year is always accompanied by plenty of “best of” lists and reflections of the most popular events that occurred in the past 12 months. As we jump into 2018, we analyzed a few of our...

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10 Ways Food and Social Tradition Influence Culture

Those who travel or relocate for business know that the customs surrounding food and culture in other countries are foreign and intriguing. New spices, gestures, places, and phrases can be...

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Whistled Speech - A Dying Form of Communication

This article was originally posted by Nicole Barile, the Director of Intercultural Services at Dwellworks. To view the original post on Pulse (via LinkedIn), click here.  

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Destination Profile: United Kingdom

Whether you are going on vacation, moving abroad, or traveling for work, it is always comforting to know the basics before you arrive. Feeling comfortable with what people eat, how they interact...

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A Visitor from Singapore

Last week, the Intercultural Services team at the Dwellworks headquarters in Cleveland welcomed a member of our team, Patricia Cheow. Patricia is an intercultural trainer from Singapore traveling...

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8 Culturally Significant Winter Celebrations Around the World

For the northern hemisphere, winter brings cooler temperatures and longer nights. In the southern hemisphere, the weather warms and residents take their vacations to enjoy the extended daylight....

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How to be a Citizen of the World

What does it mean to be a citizen of the world? Being a global citizen means that you feel "at home" in any country. As the globe becomes more connected by the nanosecond, it can be overwhelming...

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Great Feasts Around the World

It is human nature to gather together to share a meal and enjoy one another’s company. While perhaps this ritual began as a survival tactic, it gradually transformed into feasts as we know them...

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