Going Against Core Principles and Values... Tough

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Going Against Core Principles and Values... Tough
Graham, Teacher, Thailand, Member
Adapting to a cultural situation is all well and good until an individual is faced with the need of going against their core principles and values and then the trouble starts... Do they do the right thing culturally and betray their own core values, or do they say no and stand up for what they think is the right thing? (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  CQ Has to Work from Both Ends
Wulf-Dieter Krueger, Teacher, Thailand, Member
  The entity as well as the employee have to have CQ. After all, the entity hires expats to assist them meeting its objectives outside its own culture.
If the entity insists on the employee to totally adapt to its own culture, as may be observed in Asia quite often, the employee is a mere adornment to the entity without objectives (provided there were any) being achieved.

  Analyse Company Culture First...
Tsangue Tchiaze, Student (University), Cameroon, Member
  It is good to study and be well informed of the culture you are venturing into, so as to determine if it is inline with your values and belief system or not, otherwise you might end up creating a problems both ways that might not be solved easily.

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Diversity Management
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Moving Cultural Intelligence to Practice
Cross-cultural Training Techniques Avoiding Expat Failure
🔥Cultural Sensitivity Training
Best Practices
🥇Establishing Cultural Intelligence in Organizations
🥈Cultural Intelligent Countries
🥉The Relationship of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) with IQ and EQ
5 Tips for International Communication
Going Against Core Principles and Values... Tough
Cultural Intelligence Can Help Connect Cultures
Examples of Cultural Intelligent People?
Cultural Intelligence and Personality Structure
Cultural Adaptability
Using CQ and EQ as a Basis for Measuring Education, Leadership and Success?


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