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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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Cleaning for Social Change

intercultures Consultant, Sujata Banerjee, contributed a presentation at the 2nd international Cleaning. Management. Service. Congress in Berlin, Germany, on how different cultures influence standards, requirements and implementation of cleaning in various nations.

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Influencing Perspective at Amway: Marketing Diversity

What were the 3 acts of global skill we noticed when interviewing Amway Europe Chief Marketing Officer, Mr. Imran Zaman? Click here to read more. intercultures believes there is no universal way to act with global skills, and is pleased to share one example among others of the progressive accomplishments of those within our network.

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Future Work Skills Ready

This article summarizes the Future Work Skills 2020 report so that you are one step closer to preparing today for tomorrow’s workplace. For businesses, the key takeaway from the report is that professionals must “adapt their workforce planning and development strategies to ensure alignment with future skill requirements.”

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Imagination is „the New Black“

While the saying continually changes, anything labeled “the new black” is (ironically) considered timeless, powerful, stylish. In this article, we suggest that intercultural competence development—as unsexy as it may sound—is the new black, and is here to stay for some time.

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Home, Sweet Home Office

If not in our physical workspaces, there is an opportunity being pioneered in our virtual workspaces to invest in connectedness with one another. It’s called Virtual Closeness. If you’re “doing it right,” working virtually is going to take effort in a different way—and you’re going to feel unified with others in the process.

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From Blog to Book: Stories for Work and Life

Sunniva Heggertveit-Aoudia’s process of writing her book, Culture and Diversity: Stories for Work and Life, was similar to how she facilitates a coaching approach. The result is a book that is pragmatic, “doesn’t take that long to read, but gives [the reader] ideas and makes them smile a bit!”

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intercultures swiss: Knowledge & Know-How

Did you know that there are seven Federal Ministers in the Swiss government—and no Prime Minister? Sharing power and leadership is based deeply within Swiss history. At work, too, such organizing and leadership principles have a great influence on what is considered appropriate and effective behavior in professional situations.

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Get Funny

The Humor Profiler Project refers to humor as „the elephant in the room“ not only because it’s an often obvious and avoided taboo, but also because the story of humor in international settings has been seen from different, limited angles—and not yet as one grand whole.

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