This book examines communication patterns between the English and U.S. Americans in a work environment. These two cultural groups engage in significant business, economic, and political relationships. Though they share many similarities, the cultural and communication differences can lead to misunderstandings and conflict. The book is based on a study which investigates the perceptions of English nationals about their interactions with U.S. Americans in order to understand the differences between their respective work-related preferences. Topics covered in the book include: English and U.S. American communication and work behaviors, perceived cultural differences, and skills deemed most effective for successful working relationships between the two cultures. This book is particularly useful for professionals in the Communications field, Human Resources, and anyone in a global leadership position.