Global success is not just about money, profit and trade. It’s really about people, culture and relationships. Source:Centre for Intercultural Communication, the University of British Columbia.
Some key points believed to be essential for successful intercultural communications: Open Mindedness Sense of Humor Ability to Cope with Failure Communicativeness Flexibility and Adaptability Curiosity Positive and Realistic Expectations Tolerance for Differences and Ambiguities Positive Regard for Others
Culture is the passion for sweetness and light, and (what is more) the passion for making them prevail. by Matthew Arnold (1822 – 1888) British poet and critic.
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