- Improve global management skills and multicultural team competence with six activities that use maps and mapping to help people discover their own mental maps--their ways of seeing and being in the world.
- Take an online "World Map Detective" quiz to gauge your understanding of how maps inform – and misinform – how we see the world around us.
- Then, read this article explaining how maps are created for specific purposes, and like any tool often distort other purposes.
- Free offer: get a Population Map, an Africa-centered Peters map, and a Mecca-centered Azimuthal projection.
- How do you help people understand and utilize cultural differences, when so many of us are multicultural, global nomads? Three steps to effective intercultural training.
- Questions to ensure an indigenous approach to management education. How do we get beyond western practice into meaningful local and regional management education?
- Do you prefer gay over straight, black over white, fat over thin? Take this Implicit Association Test and find out.
- What makes an effective intercultural learning tool? This checklist assesses both Accelerated Learning and Intercultural criteria.
- Four powerful experiential activities to improve multicultural team performance.
- Do it right the first time, without repeating others' mistakes: access hundreds of typical cross-cultural miscommunications and management mis-steps, sorted by culture, industry, professional function, and key word.
- How we communicate – our style of communication – is a very efficient window into our deeper assumptions and values, a window into ourselves and others. Learn more in Communication Highwire: Leveraging the Power of Diverse Communication Styles.