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Integration in Norway: Find Your Tribe

Integration in Norway: Find Your Tribe

We were talking this week about what different people – in this case non-Norwegians attending my Intercultural Communication at Work course – think about the term ‘integration’. What did it really mean to them? A woman raised her hand and asked, “What do you think? Is it okay to hang around with people from your… Les mer

Impact at Work: What’s Yours?

Impact at Work: What’s Yours?

Out of the many buzz words currently circling in the working world today, ‘impact’ has to be one of the most popular. It’s making an appearance all over the place, from describing new forms of technology changing our lives to individuals changing our thoughts about how we live our lives. One of the dictionary definitions… Les mer

‘Why didn’t I get the job?’: Playing the Sympathy Card

‘Why didn’t I get the job?’: Playing the Sympathy Card

My recent article about not getting the first job I ever interviewed for in Norway triggered a certain number of comments. While this is always a welcome thing for a blogger (to paraphrase circus owner P.T. Barnum, ‘There’s no such thing as bad reader response’?), what was especially interesting about these was the writers’ underlying… Les mer