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September 19, 2007

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chriswaugh_bj

Excellent advice for foreign teachers, too.

China and I

Dear Chris, thanks for commenting again on this blog!

Well, if it can be also helpful for Foreign teachers in China, I will be glad! It makes my day! Next thing I shall do is for Chinese "How to get along with your Foreign boss". I am sure it will be more than 10 tips.
If you have some personal experience to share with us, please do not hesitate.

chriswaugh_bj

I'll contribute the little I can, don't worry about that. Actually, this post of yours was more about communication than anything specific to business, and communication is just as much a teacher's job as a manager's job (at least, so far as I can tell), and that's how I found it so relevant to foreign teachers.

Romain Guerel (depuis Pekin)

When you lead a Foreign company abroad, it is more about communication than pure management. The main problem I see here in China is to make the message get through your listeners (your staff, your suppliers, your clients, the local and state governement but also your headquarters).

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