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7 popular articles on Three Colors of Worldview

The Three Colors of Worldview is a simple but powerful discovery tool that addresses the beliefs and assumptions underlying culture and behavior. Here are seven of our popular articles on this topic.

Three Colors of Worldview

In computer displays, millions of colors are created by mixing only three primary colors: Red, Green, and Blue. In a similar way, every culture can be evaluated as a mix of Honor-Shame, Guilt-Innocence, and Power-Fear worldviews.

Three Colors of Worldview

Thrive in an intercultural world Working in multi-cultural environments can be a challenge. What if you could learn to thrive interculturally with people from all over the world? Develop Inter-Cultural Intelligence (ICI), and you can. Start here with...

Three Colors of Worldview (2)

Three Colors of Worldview Working with different cultures can be a challenge. What if you could learn to thrive in all cultures, even ones you haven’t encountered yet? Start here with the foundational drivers of culture: the Three Colors of Worldview....

Three Colors of Worldview

Discover the core drivers of culture The Three Colors of Worldview describes our cultural drivers. Our cultural drivers have a strong influence over how we think, speak, and act; and they can be found at the root of why we do what we do. Each of us has...

Assessments in IC Settings: Y/N? Part 2

Again, comprehensive assessments can be useful tools! “Getting to the bottom of” your team, learning together what sort of strengths and focus areas might be influencing a team's performance both relationally and transactionally—these can be highly...

Aligning Intercultural Teams, Part 2

For at least two decades, high-performance teaming and optimal alignment have been trending in the field of team leadership and development. Leaders who can align and motivate teams to perform effectively and efficiently are always going to be in high...

Resolving Intercultural Conflict, Part 3

Exploring two approaches to conflict resolution in intercultural contexts: This is the 3rd and final part of a brief series on resolving intercultural conflict.

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