Tag Archives: Cross cultural

Research on Well-being and Aging: Comparison between U.S. and Japan

We have only begun to look at the evidence, but it appears that different aspects of well-being matter for health in different ways depending on the cultural context where people reside Source: blogs.plos.org   Well-being in the West is formulated … Continue reading

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Culture Is Like A Mayonnaise

Originally posted on Anne Egros, Expat Life, Career, Executive Coach:
This blog has been inspired by an article published  by Rana Sinha , How to understand cross-cultural analysis?. I have summarized Rana’s key ideas and added my own sources of information Origins and Evolution of Cross-cultural Communication.…

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Avoiding Cross-Cultural Faux Pas – Career Skills From MindTools.com

See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Learn some common mistakes to avoid when traveling or working in a different culture. Quote from the article: The Importance of Cultural Awareness It’s not just professionals working overseas who need to learn cross-cultural business … Continue reading

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The True Art Of Aging

In our Western societies the subject of aging is often taboo triggering anxiety and shame.  Aging scares us ! With over 40 million Americans over the age of 65, and the fastest growing segment of the population being over 80 years old it … Continue reading

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Who Needs Cross-cultural Training ?

Scoop.it – Global Leaders This article posted in  www.expatica.ru is giving a great overview about cross-cultural training Expatriate failure is defined in literature in a variety of ways, with intentions to leave listed prominently Anne Egros‘s insight: Tailoring cross-cultural training programmes to the … Continue reading

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Cultural Map of the World: Using Values To Explain Cross-national Differences

See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Click here to edit the title Anne Egros‘s insight: The World Values Surveys were designed to provide a comprehensive measurement of all major areas of human concern, from religion to politics to economic and … Continue reading

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Cross-cultural Variation in People‘s Prevailing Value Orientations (Powerpoint Presentation)

See on Scoop.it – International Career A Human Development View on Value Change Trends (1981-2006) Powerpoint presentation, Author : Christian Welzel Professor of Political Science ? International University Bremen (IUB) c.welzel@iu-bremen.deIstanbul, November 03, 200 Summary : Cross-Cultural variation in people‘s prevailing … Continue reading

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