About This Chapter
Cultural Agility & Adaptability - Chapter Summary
This chapter covers cultural adaptability and agility specifically for the adaptive leader. Your leadership teams can study the characteristics of culturally agile leaders and find out exactly what cultural agility is via mobile technology at their own convenience.
How It Helps
- Focuses on leaders: These lessons about cultural agility are designed for the unique needs and perspectives of the leaders in your organization.
- Identifies issues: To clarify the process of developing a culturally agile team or agile employees, this chapter addresses common barriers and what to do about them.
- Simplifies training: Use this cultural adaptability chapter to train your teams at the same time, regardless of location or work hours.
Our corporate training chapter is a helpful way to ensure that your employees can:
- Define cultural agility
- Identify culturally agile leaders and their characteristics
- Give the definition of cultural adaptability and understand the development process
- Discuss common barriers to developing employees who are culturally agile
1. What Is Cultural Agility? - Definition & Example
This lesson will define culture, cultural agility, and the traits culturally agile professionals share. It will also go over examples of how companies use cultural agility successfully.
2. Characteristics of Culturally Agile Leaders
In today's workplace, agility is a characteristic of the most effective leaders. Dealing with cultural differences is part of the modern leadership challenge. Learn about what makes a leader not just agile, but culturally agile in this lesson.
3. Cultural Adaptability: Definition & Development
This lesson defines cultural adaptability. It explains how managers can teach employees to be more respectful and considerate of different cultural backgrounds to help team members to work within a diverse team.
4. Barriers to Developing Culturally Agile Employees
Developing individual cross-cultural agility is an important skill that doesn't come naturally for everyone. This lesson details four common mistaken beliefs that lead to the development of cross-cultural barriers.
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