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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How Travel Impacts Communication Intercultural Communication What is Intercultural Communication? It is a form of global communication. The term "intercultural communication" is often used to refer to the wide range of communication issues that inevitably arise within an organization composed of individuals from a variety of religious, social, ethnic, and educational backgrounds. Sources: Why Has It Become Important? Why Should People Improve Their Skills? How To Improve these Essential Skills! Individuals bring a unique set of experiences and values to the workplace, many of which can be traced to the culture in which they grew up and now operate.Its' important to learn about these differencesand understand them. Lack of knowledge of another culture can lead, at the best, toembarrassing or amusing mistakes incommunication. The world is becoming a much smaller place.Travel, media, and the Internet have made iteasy for us to communicate with people all over the world. Globalization is happening all around us. Business owners have realized their companies are more successfulwhen they establish an effective interculturalcommunication background. 1. Travel - There is no better way to understand a culture than to experience it firsthand.2. Be aware of your own culture - How do you communicate?3. Get curious - Curiosity is important when you are dealing with different cultures.4. Listen and observe - How do your international colleagues communicate nonverbally? 5. Experience different cultures on a regular basis!
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