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Saxon Police Equipped with Increased Intercultural Competence

intercultures views Germany’s current refugee affairs through the lens of a human rights framework, and our contribution as a civic responsibility. Given the immediate public, professional and social needs and intercultures’ mission to make cultural diversity a tangible enrichment and tool to meet functional goals and sustained people development, we are expanding our business model.

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Leading in Hyper-Complexity

With the additional input of 10 top managers currently working within international network organizations, Leading in Hyper-Complexity: A Practical Guide for Leaders, offers countless ideas and suggestions for practices to help experienced managers steer through the complexity that daily business throws their way.

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Create Diversity

Earlier this year, intercultures was invited by The African Network of Germany (TANG) to facilitate a set of workshops as a part of TANG’s „Create Diversity“ project. The series brought together German media professionals and members of a number of African associations to consult on the topics of media influence, inclusive coverage and intercultural communication.

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Smart Reply: „I Love You“

I am married to a wonderful Brazilian woman. My spoken Portuguese is quite good, but my writing is a construction site! Recently, my wife commented on my improved writing skills in Portuguese. I had to confess that it was the newly installed autocorrection program on my smartphone—and not me—that was responsible!

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United by Passion @HÜBNER

After every client interview that intercultures has the honor to earn, it’s then a matter of “reading”—or interpreting—meaning from what was said so that the resulting article captures our clients’ intent and effectively communicates intercultures’ accompanying...

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J.D. Power Is Buying What intercultures Is Selling

As an expert provider in the area of global skills management, it was interesting for us to learn intercultures’ USP[i] from the perspective of a professional who studies the relationships between markets, products and purchases. When responding to our question about what J.D. Power “purchases” from intercultures, Dr. Sprenger’s excitement was audible.

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Think Critically: Equity in Training

The 1995 article, „Training for the African Mind,“ authored by Gérémie Sawadogo, remains a reference article for research in more recent years. At the heart of the article is an inquiry about key principles of adult learning theories in the “Western” tradition and how they apply to the Global South, particularly to an African continental context.

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