Making friends in Denmark
Kay Xander Mellish is an American who has worked for several large Danish companies and has collected her insights on working culture in Denmark into books, podcasts, and lectures. Here are a few of her tips on making friends in Denmark.
Join our network for International Members
A network for internationally-oriented, English-speaking employees working in the financial sector. You will be part of a network with like-minded people who, like you, are looking for social and professional sparring to promote success in their work life.
Events and courses
Finansforbundet organises a wide range of events all over Denmark. The events are tailored to the needs of financial sector employees, enabling you to acquire unique, specialised knowledge about your career, sector trends and other topics.Events
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Career and culture
Join Network of International Members (NIM)
NIM connects you and other international employees across the financial sector. It is a network where you will be challenged and inspired, both professionally and personally – and, at the same time, you will have the opportunity to expand your social network.
Working smoothly with your Danish colleagues
Working with Danes has so many advantages, but it can also be tricky for internationals. Danish bosses provide less guidance - and less supervision! - than bosses in many other working cultures. You're often expected to take the initiative and innovate on your own, but also openly admit to mistakes when you've made them. And in Denmark, it's acceptable to politely disagree with your boss.