Cross-Cultural Training On Values Enactment: Two Rights Could Make A Wrong
Gayle Porter

Potential difficulties can often arise when employee cross-cultural training includes only reference to individual value differences and no consideration to the more complex interplay of values enactment behaviors. This article reviews extant literature on such training that suggests more is need; then, it provides practical examples of how current training methods may contribute to misunderstanding, as well as how to improve the training approach.

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