Dating in sweden america
But yes, the winters are too long even right down here at the southern tip.
It is my number one – and really only – gripe with Sweden.
I recently had a meeting to plan for another meeting, which was itself preparation for the main meeting. All these meetings may seem unnecessary and inefficient to the outsider, but they are part of Sweden’s consensus culture.
Considering that old Saabs are known to run for 1 million-plus kilometres, they should be on the roads for a while yet, anyway.
Exaggerations aside, the average Swede is less likely to talk to a stranger, unless being asked for directions.
I think it could be something to do with the weather: if it’s cold and wet you’re less likely to take the time to stop and chat to people in the street, and that behaviour becomes ingrained.
But his employees won’t speak up because in their company culture pointing out mistakes is taboo.
In Sweden, the open-door policy usually isn’t needed because managers share an open-plan office with their employees.