Culturosity® Learning Center: Effective Cross-Cultural Work and Global Skills Articles
Culturosity® Articles - Effective Cross-Cultural Work and Global Skills
Ten Strategies for Overcoming Language Barriers. Language barriers are a common challenge in international business settings—and a two-way process. Learn to not put up your own roadblocks to effective international communication in the way you speak. HTML version / PDF version
Ten Strategies for Success Across Cultures. Learn the best approach to working across cultures, and tips to help ensure cross-cultural success. HTML version / PDF version
Take the Diversity Competency Test. Find out where you stand when it comes to diversity and personal qualities, leadership, and personnel issues. HTML version / PDF version
Overcome Interview Bias. Be prepared to encounter and overcome interview bias in the workplace. HTML version / PDF version
Ten Ways to Manage People Through Change. Increasing intercultural awareness in an organization means creating change. Learn to successfully manage these necessary changes with this article. HTML version PDF version
Effective Multicultural International Business Meetings. In international business meetings, cultural differences between professionals can and do clash. Neil Payne of Kwintessential shows us how to minimize the negative effects of cultural differences. HTML version / PDF version
Six Questions Leaders Should Ask & Answer. Guest writer Simma Lieberman poses six questions for leaders hoping to create positive change in their workplaces. HTML version / PDF version
Diversity During the Holidays. Valuing diversity is about more than "Happy Holidays" greetings card and other PC gestures. It’s about inclusiveness. HTML version / PDF version
Tips for Effective Cross-Cultural Communication. These practical strategies from Neil Payne of Kwintessential can help you prevent misunderstandings and communicate effectively across cultures. HTML version / PDF version
Cultural Blunders. Having a poor understanding of the influence of cross cultural differences in areas such as management, PR, advertising and negotiations leads to damaging blunders. HTML version / PDF version
Cultural Differences: It’s everybody’s business: Can we risk the consequences of intolerance? Demographic shifts in populations and globalization make managing culture a must. Guest writers Stephanie Quappe and Giovanna Cantatore explain that it is possible to identify, manage and benefit from cultural differences, and that the management of cultural differences is part and parcel of every job. HTML version / PDF version
What is Cultural Awareness, anyway? How do I build it? Guest writers Stephanie Quappe and Giovanna Cantatore have written this clean and clear article about what cultural awareness is, its stages of development, and how to build your own cultural awareness. HTML version / PDF version
Bridging Age Gaps in the Workplace: Beyond Stereotypes to Strategies Kate and Simma explore why generalizations about generations don't work and provide strategies for bridging age gaps in the workplace. HTML version / PDF version
Strategies for Cross-Generational Relationship Building Kate and Simma discuss why generational differences matter and how to overcome age barriers and build cross-generational relationships in the workplace. HTML version / PDF version
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