By Greg Bissky
We introduced Greg Bissky to you in some earlier posts (if you missed those, you can find them here: ‘Western and Chinese business-More Than 1 Way To Communicate‘ and ‘Communication in Chinese Offices‘). This time Greg talks about Chinese meetings. According to Greg, there are three times to a Chinese meeting, before the meeting, after the meeting and during the meeting. And the one time Chinese do not decide things, is during the actual meeting. Meetings are for maintaining harmony and relationships, decisions and arguments are made before and after.
Greg Bissky, Treasure Mountain