Americans: More than meets the eye

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The United States of America has two symbols that most Americans use to identify their core values. One is the Statue of Liberty and the other is Uncle Sam. The Statue of Liberty represents all of the things that have made America great; the hope for a better life, freedom from persecution, new chances, a new life, all that is even promised in the constitution, the pursuit of happiness. This dream, of being able to become anything you want, from rags to riches, in short, the American Dream, is what she represents. The vision of her, looking out at the ocean, welcoming new Americans and new dreams, is what represents so many of the good and positive values that Americans hold.
On the other side is Uncle Sam. He is there to tell you to join the Army, pay your taxes on time, in some cases, to buy a new car! All in all, he is quite a demanding character! He is also often used as a representation of the US Government.

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Our Newsletter January- April 2018 has arrived!

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With this, our first newsletter of 2018, we wish you a Happy New Year, filled with good health, success, and lots of energy to implement your goals! We’re also starting off the year at full speed.

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“I had to get used to the honest feedback culture of the Germans." - eMag Interview (1)

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“I had to get used to the honest feedback culture of the Germans." - eMag Interview (1)

In the new series “Cultures, communication and stereotypes” of the eMag co-worker magazine of Infineon Technologies AG, the editors talk with intercultural trainers about how they prepare their training participants for life in other cultures. They also explore country stereotypes and faux pas. They’re kicking the series off with our senior trainer and half-American Dr. Michelle Cummings-Koether. Her field of specialty? The US.

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Intercultural Management Discussion Group

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The Regensburg Intercultural Management Discussion Group (RGIM) was established in 2010 at the suggestion of the Regensburg University of Applied Sciences (Ostbayrische Technische Hochschule - OTH) and ti communication with the goal of creating an interface between intercultural science and corporate practice. RGIM is meeting on a regular basis at the OTH. At these meetings selected experts in science, business, and consulting are presenting keynotes on current intercultural topics, that are discussed afterwards.

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