One can develop cultural knowledge through newspapers, movies, travelling to various countries, and interacting officially or personally with people of different cultures, learning new traditions, customs, cuisines, and rich new ways to live life.
One can identify and analyse the different cultures and utilize the knowledge in future.
Executive Summary Individual people can be multicultural in three different (albeit inter-related) ways: they can have deep knowledge of, they can identify with, and they can have internalized more than one culture. This article delves into those three aspects of being multicultural and describes what benefits can accrue from each of them.
The importance of hiring employees skilled in emotional intelligence may be difficult to overestimate. advertisement Research suggests that as artificial intelligence and machine learning overtake more of the tasks traditionally carried out by people, emotional intelligence (EI), sometimes referred to as emotional quotient (EQ), will play an important role in those jobs with staying power.
As business professionals, we pride ourselves on our technical skills, industry expertise, and innovation. These hard skills are what make our resumes stand out, but ultimately they're only one part of the equation. According to Harvard Business Review, emotional intelligence (EQ) is "the key attribute that distinguishes outstanding performers," and is the leading differentiator between employees whose IQ and technical skills are approximately the same.