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Intercultural Collaborator

An e-learning solution that unlocks innovation through unity in diversity

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Intercultural Collaboration Competence Training and Education

START WITH SELF-DISCOVERY

Intercultural Collaborator Test

This is a self-discovery test designed to help you gain deeper insights into crucial aspects of your intercultural collaboration style and potentials. It consists of 24 questions and assesses you on the following 3 grounds: Intercultural Openness, Uncertainty Avoidance and Conflict Style.

This result signifies an individual’s propensity and ease in pursuing comprehension while collaborating with individuals from varied backgrounds. It serves as the foundation for nurturing successful cross-cultural communication, establishing trust, and forging meaningful connections across geographical boundaries.

The process of innovation and intercultural collaboration is one filled with uncertainty. How comfortable are you with not-knowing? Result indicates one’s relation to initiative, experiment, instructions and rules. Recognizing your personal tendency towards uncertainty avoidance can empower you to better work in an innovative team. 

Innovation does not exit outside of disagreement, contestation, or conflicts. Conflict style encompasses your preferred approach to managing interpersonal friction. Being aware of your own conflict style can help you effectively manage and resolve difference, and ripe the fruits of disagreement.

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What To Expect

Facilitate Self-reflection

Increase self-awareness in one’s approach to collaboration, thereby better appreciate others’ unique approaches

Offer Framework

Enables a smoother mindset and behavioural transition into a global learning environment for both internationals and locals

Personalized Analysis

Receive a 1500-word personalized report that pinpoints individual’s growth opportunities and offers actionable improvement strategies

Career Preparation

Practice intercultural collaboration now, to open future career possibilities amidst increasing global interconnectedness

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Purpose of
Impact Initiative

Drive Innovation

Harness the power of differences, stimulate ongoing creative forces, make diversity spark innovation

Prepare Global Leaders

Assist and encourage top talents to become interculturally competent leaders for today’s and tomorrow's global challenges

Facilitate Equity

Create a more equitable environment, as underrepresented groups thrive in culturally invested institutions

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