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Last week, I published a viral post on 24 Charts of Leadership Styles Around the World. Today's content is a follow-up infographic on differences in global communication styles. Richard D. Lewis charted 27 different communication styles around the world in his book “When Cultures Collide.” This is a ground-breaking book when it comes to finding clues to understanding of intercultural communication. Take a look below and see if you have experienced any of these differences.
Growing up in three countries (South Korea, Canada and United States), I'm fascinated by how culture shapes different leadership styles. Richard D. Lewis charted 24 different leadership styles in his book "When Cultures Collide." This is a ground-breaking book when it comes to finding clues to understanding of intercultural communication. The following leadership infographic is quite fascinating! RELATED: 27 Charts of Communication Styles Around the World If you enjoy my posts, follow me on Facebook and Instagram.
Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast. Agree or disagree? This oft-quoted statement was made by the father of modern management Peter Drucker when he was partnering with Ford, stressing the importance of an alignment between a supporting culture and strategic changes made in the organization. Culture & Strategy: The Interplay My favorite definition of culture comes from Booz & Company: culture is self-sustaining patterns of behaving, feeling, thinking, and believing. In essence, culture is how you do business. It is the structure that creates the “how” – how do people collaborate together, how does change happen, how does work ...