For an intercultural team to be a high-performing team first requires an emphasis on the team aspect.
Using the four pillars and asking three questions at each stage enables the creation and implementation of a successful team charter
Intercultural Intelligence can dramatically improve your negotiation success.
Motivation is high and the team is eager to go. But good intentions, enthusiasm, and a carefully designed strategy too often fall short when the intercultural dynamics are complex.
Fostering a healthy culture on your team goes beyond promoting tolerance. We need management skills that are flexible enough to harness the beauty of tolerance in the workplace while avoiding its dangers.
Building a relationship of trust between different teams is difficult, and it takes practice. You can't change the past, but you can do better the next time.
A thriving Organizational Culture must be cultivated. Like a gardener who ties a seedling to a pole, you can encourage the growth of your OC in the right direction.
Inter-cultural factors can blur the separation between coaching and mentoring. An Inter-cultural Intelligence Coach should learn to change hats between the two, and be much more versatile in the way they approach the coaching relationship and the...
Mobility is the modern trend for the global workforce, so intercultural teams are becoming less of a novelty and workforce mobility is becoming the status quo . More organizations than ever before are living out a day-to-day reality of face-to-face...
Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging initiatives are more successful if participants are intercultural learners and have developed a personal curiosity and appreciation about those different from themselves.
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...