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Jérôme Melançon 10h
A review that might be more interesting than the book itself, asking questions about and relations. The question still remains of how much we can do with philosophies anchored in situations we don't share, in which we don't live.
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SLCTeachLearn 2h
Register now or drop in to these PD sessions this week. today in Cornwall & / Brockville - learn about Awareness ... all staff are welcome to attend any sessions
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Ateneu Del Raval 4h
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GlobalDev Blog 20h
Hi ! We thought you might be interested in reading and commenting on our article "Successful relations: how shall we all live ?". Do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in writing for our blog!()➡️
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Sunny Thakral 21h
Our beginner EAL learners are using and to share their knowledge of how the Internet works. learning
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Access to Culture Aug 20
Are your overseas employees being trained to make the most of their role? We offer cross-cultural and intercultural training including customized training for your team.
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Gabor Holch Aug 20
So much about cultural labels like ‘Chinese’: HSBC's China-Hong Kong comparison is dramatic, but you could create similar ones between cities like Beijing & Guangzhou. Source: HSBC Explorer Survey
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David Chanrion Aug 19
pattern - a must-see comparison
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Michael Kimmig Aug 19
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Eva Gaborikova Aug 19
Exceptional leaders understand that an intercultural training is the first step to meet a new culture and colleagues. To be able to build trust with somebody, you should know them and respect their values and beliefs.
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Marchande d'idées Aug 18
We will miss you Daraa Tribes, RedTail Spirit Singers & Sacred Wolf Singers. Until next time, safe travels my dear friends. Stay tuned for news about upcoming projects! But for now - It is a wrap for 2018.🍁
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Universitätsallianz Aug 18
Thank you for a great presentation on sensitivity, and . A pleasure to meet robot pepper. ^pr
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Gabor Holch Aug 18
Threats & opportunities for leaders today & tomorrow: "Made in " doesn't equal 'made by Chinese'. Most of these sectors heavily depend on global expertise in China, in global & local firms alike.
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AFS Sentio Network Aug 17
The Certificate is a program that starts before departure, goes w/ the students on their study away or experience & returns with them. Reflection. Facilitated Dialogue. Deeper Understanding.
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Mika Saarinen Aug 17
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Gabor Holch Aug 17
tips for , based on my in 2018 so far: - Communicate goals clearly. - Get about your team’s strengths. - Assign tasks based on strengths. More tips on my blog at
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Access to Culture Aug 16
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AFS India Aug 16
Are you interested in being AFS India Member School? Interested in sending your students abroad on AFS stay and study program? Get in touch with us or register yourself online
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Alberto Peris Aug 15
Looking for a speaking or class to join my "Get To Know You" lesson this month! Let´s have an experience to start the lessons.
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SLCTeachLearn Aug 15
Excited to welcome new team member Ekta Singh as our new tri-campus “Inclusivity & Intercultural Specialist” -
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