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ICOPROMO – Intercultural competence for professional mobility [Compétence interculturelle pour le développement de la mobilité professionnelle]

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posted on 2023-07-26, 12:45 authored by Evelyne Glaser, Maria Manuela Guilherme, María del Carmen Méndez-García, Terry Mughan
This publication reflects the outcomes of a project which brought together experts and practitioners in the field of intercultural competence for professional mobility and which focused on group-oriented (teamwork) intercultural communication and interaction competencies. The materials developed are primarily targeted at educators and facilitators working with graduates in the social sciences, human resource managers, intercultural trainers,coaches and mediators and foreign language teachers in higher education with a strong focus on intercultural awareness. More generally all those who are interested in the enhancement of intercultural competence may find it valuable to gain a deeper insight into the theoretical concepts underlying these materials. The final product resulting from this project combines a booklet and a CD-ROM. In the booklet the reader will find essential information on the ICOPROMO project and on the theoretical model developed within its framework. In addition, the CD-ROM features: a set of 18 training activities designed to develop the intercultural competence of multicultural teams; a detailed analysis of a qualitative study on multicultural teams carried out in the 4 countries represented by the original project team (Austria, Germany, Portugal and Spain) and used to define the main elements of the model developed; and an analysis of a survey on the topics of languages and cross-cultural training in 30 international businesses and organisations.



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European Centre for Modern Languages




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ARCHIVED Lord Ashcroft International Business School (until September 2018)

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