Much has been written about expatriate failure rates and the resulting need to provide cross-cultural training to prepare expatriates and their families for the cultural challenges of living and working abroad. However, little has been written about the need to develop cross-cultural competencies within global work teams. This white paper explains the difference between cross-cultural training and intercultural training and discuss three steps toward developing an effective cultural training program.
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