1-They blend discussion, arguing and negotiation at the same time. Americans appear to resent the constant negotiation and the elephant (intuition as per Haidt) leading the driver (ratio).
2-Israeli organizations often tell clients what they really need which upsets their ‘satisfying clients’ American counterparts.
3-They misinterpret American unwillingness to be blunt as a weakness. They do not often understand cultural clues, forcing the Americans to be “overly” direct.
4-They reopen oral decisions, not understanding that this is a trust buster for Americans, although not for Israelis.
5-Israelis are far less politically correct that their American counterparts. And even when the Israelis adopt the PC lingo, it’s more fake than real. The Americans smell it from a mile.