In recent years, several researchers in the ELT field have raised a series of conceptual issues around how we should express our cultures in English Honna,; Byram,; Wen, ,. As a speaker, should you stick to your own way of thinking? As a listener, should you impose your own way of thinking on the speaker? Honna shared a study that she and her colleagues conducted back in using the following story p.
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10.1: Intercultural Communication Competence
Jan 31, Diversity and Inclusion. Considering the rights and needs of others does not come naturally. It is something that must be taught. Likewise, we do not naturally appreciate the point of view of others and we often privilege our own points of view. The article below is one of the best I have found in my years in the intercultural field.
The leaders of the future will have to lead with intercultural competence and with the ability to develop this competence in others. Sowcik, Andenoro, McNutt, and Murphy urge leadership educators to prepare leaders for the unprecedented complexity in an ever-interconnected globe. This focus on the development of intercultural competence has encouraged efforts towards meaningful definition and assessment of global leadership, and how leadership educators can determine student gains in intercultural competence. One avenue for this development offered by many leadership educators has been international faculty-led study abroad programs.