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Intercultural Communication: Do I Focus On The Task Or The Relationship?

When you were young, you may have wanted to climb the corporate ladder or the organizational hierarchy. You, of course, like getting things done and realize people are important, too. It can be a challenge to balance the task and the relationship.

The struggle comes with the tension that is created by the […]

Intercultural Communication: Do I Focus On The Task Or The Relationship?2020-03-20T12:46:22-05:00

Intercultural Communication: What About Uncertainty Avoidance?

I’m sure you have noticed, whether you are a college student or out there in the “real world,” how differently people approach change and risk.

There could be an element of intercultural communication coming into play called uncertainty avoidance.

Some cultures accept and even welcome risk, uncertainty, and change; others are uncomfortable with these unavoidable trends. […]

Intercultural Communication: What About Uncertainty Avoidance?2020-03-20T12:46:22-05:00

Intercultural Communication: What About Power Distance?

As I have gotten older, I have noticed that some of my college students see me as just this old guy that has read a few books. I feel little status. However, some of my other students thank me for sharing my knowledge and ideas, and recognize and support my status.

I have a hunch this […]

Intercultural Communication: What About Power Distance?2020-03-20T12:46:23-05:00
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