The psychology of culture | Fernando Lanzer | TEDxAUBG

The psychology of culture | Fernando Lanzer | TEDxAUBG



Fernando LanzerBrazilian, having lived in the United States and currently based in the Netherlands; Fernando Lanzer has a reputation for “telling it like it is” using humor. He has two published books: “ Take Off Your Glasses”, in English and “Crossing Cultures Without Getting Run Over”, in Portuguese. Fernando Lanzer makes use of his experience of 28 years as an executive ABN AMRO and 12 years as a consultant in over 40 countries to speak about leadership and managing across cultures. He is a former chair of the Supervisory Group of AIESEC International.

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June 19, 2015 / 7 Comments / by / in
  • I thought TED talks were meant to be original

  • Great analysis! It helped me to understand a little where I'm working now! Thank you! =)

  • Great talk! Ring out that mic, A1

  • it was good. I've decided to learn more about other cultures to expand my relationship with people as much as i can. i wish everybody lives in peace.💚💛💜

  • 4:42 i just jizzed

  • Who came up with these 5 dilemmas? Prof Hoffstedder or Fernando Lanzer? If the former, than this is just recap of someone else's 5 spectrums, no? Not sure where the orginal thought comes in. But maybe I'm missing a detail …

  • only 1/10th of the presentation time was dedicated to what to do with all this information. A suggestion would be that this wonderful information be married with "so what" suggestions for each point raised instead of waiting to do it all at the end.

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