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The Mindful International Manager. How to Work Effectively across Cultures.

by Jeremy Comfort and Peter Franklin.

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The Mindful International Manager. How to work effectively across cultures.

By Jeremy Comfort and Peter Franklin.

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Intercultural Interaction. A Multidisciplinary Approach to Intercultural Communication.

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Intercultural Readiness: Amsterdam Summer Program

Join our Intercultural Readiness programs in June and get certified to work with the Intercultural Readiness Approach.

published: 03.05.2015
 

Cross-Cultural Leadership for the Middle East

As Middle-Eastern countries transition from oil to knowledge economies, leading across cultures will be a significant skill to develop.

published: 03.05.2015

Next series of training courses for intercultural trainers at LTS in Bath, UK

In June and September 2015, LTS Training and Consulting in Bath will be running more sessions of our two highly successful courses for trainers, ‘Developing intercultural training skills', and the more advanced course, ‘Designing and delivering intercultural training’.

published: 03.05.2015

SUMMER ACADEMY ON INTERCULTURAL EXPERIENCE: Successfully managing intercultural challenges. Karlsruhe, Germany, July 20 to 31, 2015.

Get to know international campus life, meet new people from all over the world, and qualify for a future career in cross-cultural work environments

published: 03.05.2015

Doing business in France

"For effective cross-cultural management it is important to remember that hierarchy is part of the French business culture" writes Kwintessential.

published: 03.05.2015
 

Doing business in Peru

"This is a country where who you know is often more important than what you know” writes Kwintessential in its introductory guide to intercultural management in Peru.

published: 03.05.2015

This is me totally sausage: A BBC programme about using English across cultures

Listen to German comedian Henning Wehn and, amongst others, dialogin editor Peter Franklin and dialogin member Heike Saxer-Taylor talking about the problems encountered in the use of British English as a lingua franca around the world.

published: 04.04.2015

Videos and information on China

The Chinese "are willing to subjugate their own feelings for the good of the group. This is often observed by the use of silence in very structured meetings" explains the Kwintessential guide on language, culture, customs and etiquette.

published: 22.03.2015

Cultural Awareness Trainer for Tanzania /East Africa

Culturewise requires an experienced intercultural trainer with expertise on living and working in Tanzania, and ideally other countries in East Africa.

published: 11.05.2015
 

Looking for Czech, US and UK trainers in Shanghai

Cross-cultural management institute is looking for Czech, US and UK cross-cultural trainers in Shanghai.

published: 27.04.2015

Intercultural Management Trainer based in Brazil

Looking for Intercultural Communication- and Management Trainers based in Brazil.

published: 09.12.2014

Nigeria and Thailand expert cultural trainers required in UK

Culturewise is looking for intercultural / cultural awareness trainers with expertise on Thailand or Nigeria, for freelance projects in the UK.

published: 05.10.2014

Managing Cultural Differences, 9th Edition
by Moran, Robert T., Neil Remington Abramson & Sarah V. Moran

A review by dialogin member George Simons , USA & France

Once commonly described as “the Bible of Intercultural Studies”, this classic work has once again been refreshed and updated to provide a new generation of learners with a beginner’s vademecum for the global business world.

published: 03.05.2015
 

The Inclusion Imperative: How Real Business Inclusion Creates Better Business and Builds Better Societies
by Stephen Frost

A review by dialogin member Katrin Volt , Estonia & France

What does real inclusion really mean and how to include it in business?

published: 03.05.2015

Dancing to a Different Tune
by Patrick L. Schmidt

A review by dialogin member Jeremy Comfort , UK.

Patrick Schmidt’s collection of articles first published in the SIETAR Europa Journal turns over many stones to uncover interesting and sometimes thought-provoking insights into intercultural understanding.

published: 22.03.2015

Intercultural Communication in Contexts
Judith N. Martin & Thomas K. Nakayama

A review by Katrin Volt , Estonia & France

In this ever changing interrelated world, this course book offers a holistic approach to thinking about intercultural communication.

published: 22.03.2015

A Status Report on the Intercultural Profession
by Susan Salzbrenner, Tanja Schulze & Anja Franz

An important contribution to knowledge about interculturalists, who they are and what they do.

published: 22.03.2015
 

Intercultural Competencies Needed by Global CEOs
by Barbara Gibson

The world of international business has changed dramatically in the past two decades, shifting from being the exclusive realm of giant multinational corporations to a wide-open marketplace for companies of all sizes and stages of maturity. Although there is growing recognition that Chief Executive Officers need international experience, little is known about which intercultural competencies are needed at the top.

published: 25.01.2015