A must-read book by Dr Moni Lai Storz for those doing business or wanting to do business in Asia.
The Chopsticks people of Asia remain a frustrating challenge for many competing in the global marketplace. They use 'silence' as a language and the bamboo mind as a weapon for negotiations. Who are the Chopsticks people? Nearly one third of the world's population, they are the people who use chopsticks : Chinese, Japanese, Koreans and Vietnamese. How best to understand them for global business? How to communicate and negotiate with them more successfully? In Dancing With Dragons, Dr Storz discloses the secrets behind the 'dance of the dragons'. She shows how to communicate with Chopsticks people. Taking as her starting point their spiritual beliefs, she reveals how these shape their psyche and unconscious culture. From this perspective, she then suggests ways of doing business with them more effectively. Here is a book every business person should read and keep in their briefcase when flying to their next global appointment. It offers tools, case studies and useful tips for global nomads working with Chopsticks people.
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