Celebrating differences can make the difference in your life and your organization. When leaders acknowledge and support cultural differences, cultural differences become an asset to performance.
Understanding your culture and the culture of those who make up your organization can be the catalyst that propels you to excellence.
What is Intercultural Competence?
How individuals, teams, and entire organizations tend to think and feel about people from cultural backgrounds other than their own, or about diversity and cultural difference.
The extent to which diversity and cultural difference tend to be avoided, thought of in polarizing terms, acknowledged and minimized, or fully valued and understood for its full effect and potential.
A deep “culture-general” skill related to one’s mindset regarding any and all dimensions of difference found in domestic and global workforces.