Culture shock - introduction into romanian culture
Nestlers offers ways of experiencing very little to no culture shock as an assignee moves to Romania. Culture shock is avoided by receiving knowledge, skills and motivation of effective communication in a wide variety of cultural contexts. Through hands-on enactment of daily activities like greeting, showing emotions, eating and speaking the new language, Nestlers paves the way for a quicker adjustment to the new country and a better interaction with Romanian nationals.
Speaking and understanding English is not always enough to blend in the new society. Reading between the lines might just do the trick, but it’s extremely important to understand and explore the visible outcomes of abstract concepts such as social equality and inequality; relationship with authority; individual versus group values; expression of emotions and ways to deal with uncertainty; history, cultural and social aspects.