Intercultural Resources

  • 11 Oct 2012 9:43 AM | Anonymous
    Whether in business, diplomacy, education or leisure, anyone can be blindsided by a lack of international knowledge and experience, thus caught at a disadvantage.
    Storti, C. (1990). Intercultural Press.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:40 AM | Anonymous
    Based on interviews and questionnaire responses, this unique volume describes the impact of overseas living on Americans who spent at least some of their formative years in countries other than the United States.
    Smith, C. D. (1991). Praeger Publishers.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:39 AM | Anonymous
    Most multinational corporations make an effort to prepare employees and their families for international assignments, but typically do not do much to prepare them for their eventual return.
    Shepard, Steven (1997).  Aletheia Publications.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 3:38 PM | Anonymous
    Between Cultures: Developing Self-Identity in a World of Diversity Makes you more effective as you move across cultural divides. Helps you sort out the confusion inherent in being multicultural and realize your creative potential.
    Seelye, H. N., & Wasilewski, J. H. (1996).  NTC Publishing Group.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 3:37 PM | Anonymous
    Theory and research is presented about African Americans, Asian Americans, Native American Indians, Whites, Puerto Ricans, and Vietnamese Amerasians.
    Salett, E. P., & Koslow, D. R. (Eds.). (1994). National Multicultural Institute.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 3:35 PM | Anonymous
    Whether working in another country or bridging corporate and professional boundaries, the demands of global business require new ways of managing and motivating people.
    Rosinski, Philippe (2003). Intercultural Press.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:38 PM | Anonymous
    Since World War II hundreds of thousands of Americans have gone to live abroad, not only to fill the traditional ranks of diplomats, soldiers, and businesspeople but also as teachers, students, writers, artists, musicians, engineers and missionaries.
    Michaux, Phyllis (1996). Aletheia Publications

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:24 PM | Anonymous
    From the technician on the factory floor to the customer service representative to the CEO, all of us can be in direct daily contact with someone from another culture, and this could create conflict.
    Olofsson, Gwyneth (2004). Intercultural Press.

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  • 09 Oct 2012 12:54 PM | Anonymous
    What You Need to Succeed in International Business, it provides a practical guide to managing the emotional, cognitive, and social facets of participating in international cyber-teams and long-term assignments in another countries
    Marx, Elisabeth (1999). Nicholas Brealey Publishing.

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  • 09 Oct 2012 12:51 PM | Anonymous
    This book is designed to help GenXpats embrace the opportunities and challenges of an overseas assignment while still holding on to the personal fulfillment they need to succeed in their international careers.
    Malewski, Margaret (2005). Intercultural Press.

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