How Asians and Westerners Think and Behave Differently

The ways that Asian cultures think and behave are dramatically different than that of the Westerner cultures. 

The Asian ways of thinking, reasoning, interpreting, communicating, social behavior, and understanding are opposite in many ways to that of Westerner cultures. 

By understanding the Asian cultures and their social behavior and how and why there are differences compared to Western cultures, individuals from the West can become significantly more successful in areas such as doing business; selling to; connecting with; and/or managing  Asian employees.

Of course, our cultural competency training can equally serve Asian clients who want to become as successfully as possible interacting with mainstream Canadians and mainstream Americans.

We provide valuable insights about Asian and Western culture and also provide solutions to help bridge the significant “cultural gaps” between these two major Cultural Groups.  

We enhance the value of this seminar by incorporating  in the seminar the highly regarded Cultural Comparison Tool that has been used by 75% of the Fortune 500 companies. This intercultural tool enables clients to identify where they have significant “cultural gaps” with individuals from one/more specific countries and recommends the adaptive behaviors they should follow.

A seminar or keynote presentation can be 100% customized. 

 Complimentary Post-Training Support 

For our clients who have asked us for a customized seminar, we provide complimentary post-training support to make sure they achieve the highest possible ROI from their investment in cross-cultural training  from our company. Specifically: Implementation Coaching; Monthly Cultural Events Report; and Cultural Profiles.

For a complimentary discussion on how I might assist you, please go to the Contact Bill tab of this website; or send me an e-mail at; or call me at 905-599-6365 (if unavailable, please leave a voice mail message).

I’ll do my best to respond to you before the end of the business day.

Thank you,



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The Oakville, Milton and District Real Estate Board highly recommends Bill Dennis’ seminar “Negotiating & Selling to Different Cultures & Generations” because of the very enthusiastic and positive feedback from our members.
Cyndi Amodeo, Manager of Professional Development and EventsThe Oakville, Miton and District Real Estate Board