Guillaume Gevrey on different perceptions of time at TEDxBMS

Have you ever wondered why the perception of time is different from one culture to another! Well, it would be eye opening to hear  about how Guillaume Gevrey lost his first job in India due to the differences in perception of time, while working with his manager from a different culture than his.

Different cultures experience and manage time differently. This TEDx talk explores the different mythological origins of time as well as their impact in working effectively across cultures.

Stay tuned to watch him speak in this space on Wednesday, 14th August 2013 at 8 PM IST as 

India HR LIVE sets the stage to discover the meaning of Diversity at workplace with our wonderful guests

Ester Martinez, Co-founder & Managing Editor – People Matters and

Guillaume Gevrey, Director & Principal Consultant, C2C Consulting and Training Pvt Ltd

Join us while we discuss Diversity & Inclusion!
Do you have any questions for our guests, hit the hashtag #IndiaHRLIVE during the LIVE show!!

Where can you watch the LIVE show?
You can watch the LIVE show at our website or at our Youtube
channel during the scheduled time.

GuillaumeGuillaume is a cross-cultural leadership development specialist. He draws from his experiences in living and working in France, the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland and India in order to enable professionals to develop their potential as global business leaders. Over the past 13 years, Guillaume has successfully partnered with organizations to help them harness diversity for better inclusion, develop high performance teams and develop general business effectiveness skills to enable their success. He is a founding member, and past president, of the Society for Intercultural Education Training and Research in India as well as a respected conference speaker on intercultural topics. Guillaume is a qualified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI®) and of the Intercultural Conflict Style Inventory (ICS®).



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