Russians: from strangers to soulmates. Understanding the Russian mind, spirit and soul

The workshop will give you key insights about Russian culture and values that shape modern Russian mindset, communication styles and social ways of behaviour. 

Some of the questions that we will tackle during the workshop: 

  • What are the different generations in Russia today? What are their unique traits? 
  • What are the specific communication patterns of modern Russians?  
  • Are there any western habits that would seem strange or unattractive to Russians, and the other way round?  
  • Why shouldn’t you sit on the table around Russians?..   

…and many more 


This workshop is for you, if… 

  • You work with Russian colleagueshave clients in Russia or are looking to expand your business into the Russian market
  • You want to better understand your Russian friends or loved ones  
  • You want to increase your awareness of Russian culture 
  • You are a Russian and want to look at your own culture through a different lens 


By participating in this workshop you will:

  • Become aware of the cultural differences between Russian and your own cultureand learn how to deal with them effectively
  • Acquire practical tips that will contribute to greater success in communication and collaboration with your Russian counterparts
  • Experience Aha! moments: “Now I get it!” 



Originally from Russia, in the past 16 years Tatiana Tsymbal has lived and worked in France, the UK, China, the Czech Republic and now in Switzerland. She holds a BA in European Union Studies from Reading University, UK, and an MA in Intercultural Communication from Westminster University, London. 

Tatiana has worked internationally as a translator, educator and brand strategy consultant with a focus on intercultural marketing and research. This includes working on such brands as McDonald’s, Kimberly Clark and Swarovski. She also has extensive experience of working online and believes in effective remote collaboration and building strong and meaningful connections online.  Passionate about psychology and human behaviour, she aims to challenge stereotypes and encourage others to understand different cultures in order to improve communication and achieve better results. 

Tatiana speaks fluent Russian, English, Spanish and French. Most recently, she has started learning German.


Date and time:

29 April 2021 | 5 pm – 7:30 pm Amsterdam time



This 2,5 hours workshop is FREE of charge, nevertheless in exchange we will be asking you to deliver an honest and constructive feedback by the end of the session.


? Please register via the following Link