Are you managing your company’s social media page? Do you want different ways to thank on social media or show appreciation to your followers; those who like, view, comment, and share your posts without saying the overused thank you? Generally, readers of our blog have companies or teams in the US […]
The 4th of July is a much awaited summer holiday. For many students mid May to Mid June starts summer vacation. During the summer vacation, many look forward to celebrating Independence Day, which falls on July 4. While many working professionals do get July 4th off, as it is a national and bank holiday, some […]
Do you work with US Americans and wonder what are the dos and don’ts of making small talk in American offices? Do you work with US Clients? Would you like to know best practices in… Building Trust and Good Relationships with US Clients Learn easy strategies for making small talk in American offices […]
When times are stressful or life is challenging, especially during our #stayathome and lockdown times, people may ask each other “How are you holding up?” to start a conversation. Learn more about this question, how it compares to the small talk opener “How are you?” and how to answer it. [Transcript of the video follows.] […]
Do you want to start an online chat with a US American? Recently, a few of my friends in the US who weren’t familiar with Indian culture reached out to me with this concern, “A few people from India reached out to me to be my Facebook friend.. but why are they asking me if […]
Having a few small talk conversation starters in your back pocket (handy to use) is really important. It is what opens doors of conversation, business dealings, and future friendships. But what is small talk? When do you use small talk? Why is it used by Americans? What are some safe topics to bring up? […]
. With over 20,000 attendees, almost 200 sponsors and probably another 100 speakers and panelists, the Silicon Slopes Tech Summit is ripe for networking. This is my second year in attendance. Amazingly I was able to recognize at least five people that I had met last year. Though I attended a few seminars, the main […]
Where as most countries in the world commemorate Labour Day (UK Spelling) on May 1, we, in the US commemorate the day on the first Monday of September (In 2019, the date will be Sept. 2). While this day is not really used to historically commemorate the true meaning of the day anymore, many in […]
Small talk about sports is common in American workplaces. Today, I ask Matt Wade a few questions about [American] football and the Super Bowl, which happens on the first Sunday every February. Who is playing? Super Bowl 54- yet to be determined. Where can I watch it in the U.S. and in India? It […]
As the weather in the United States warms in late May, baseball becomes a popular topic of conversation. Summer and baseball are a perfect marriage. So, if you are soon to engage an American in conversation, a timely subject would be baseball and the World Series. Arial View of the Baseball Diamond (Playing Field) 1. […]
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