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Learning a language can be difficult. It’s often an unappreciated skill and can take hours and hours of practice and studying before you can even have something resembling a conversation. But learning a language can support international assignees in achieving success with their assignment goals,…
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Increasingly, Cartus’ Cross-Cultural Program participants have been asking for ongoing coaching support once they have arrived in the host country, or when they have had more time to experience living in the host country. So we listened to our international assignees and enhanced Cartus…
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A major part of living and working internationally is communicating and forming relationships. Communication across regions and cultures can sometimes lead people to unwittingly use what is known as the “Chameleon Effect.”
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In many ways – access to more travel options, a shared global food culture, social media and technology advances – it often seems that the world truly is becoming smaller. But it would be a mistake to assume that cultural differences are disappearing. Things can sometimes look similar on the surface…

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