Assuming innocence is required, and guilt is required, the following results were found.
Three Colors of Worldview series: Mastering the art of negotiation in an intercultural environment
Musings on the Innocence-Guilt Paradigm, Part 1a. An exploration of the Innocence-Guilt Cultural Paradigm, with a view to appreciating its nuances.
If it is to be useful in an increasingly globalized world, a Performance Management Framework (PMF) must be adapted to place value on what matters most in the new market's intercultural context.
How do you keep an internationally distributed company on track? What is the best plan of attack for ensuring you meet objectives and stay ethical?
Intercultural dynamics with the US Military in Afghanistan.
Musings on the Innocence-Guilt Paradigm, Part 1b. Continuing an exploration of the Innocence-Guilt Cultural Paradigm, with a view to appreciating its nuances.
At least in the mind of someone accustomed to the Innocence-Guilt way of thinking, it boils down to “who dun it": you either did it (and you’re guilty), or you didn’t (and you’re innocent). Did you trespass a law? Did you undermine an absolute? Did you...
Musings on the Innocence-Guilt Paradigm, Part 2A. Continuing an exploration of the Innocence-Guilt Cultural Paradigm, with a view to appreciating its nuances.
How to Get Results by Framing Issues in terms of Honor and Respect.
Reliability, Openness, Respect, and Honesty. These are words we commonly use to talk about building trust on a team.
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.
We have found that in different cultural settings behavioral traits can be shaped very differently.
Inter-Cultural Facilitation with the Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™, part 2 of 5
Intercultural competencies unlock new territory in customer engagement.
How to improve your communication and avoid costly mistakes.
How to get a good sample when traditional methods don’t cut it.
Power and Honor in Employee Relations, Contracts, and Child Rearing
Successful incentive design for Community and Honor oriented societies.
Leadership disasters, communication collapse, and stakeholder missteps
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....