Communicate on the Same Wavelength



Over 50% of people are unkind to others at work because of overload, and 40% say they don’t have time to be nice

Christine L. Porath, PHD, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University

Gaining the respect of a leader in their organization means better health, well-being, concentration, faster prioritization, commitment to work and a desire to stay in the organization. But are leaders taught behavior that commands respect? Are so-called good manners enough and are they adequate when it comes to cultural differences?

Shouldn’t psychological needs and intercultural differences be taken into account in order to be able to express respect through the way you address a person? This is probably the only way to behave correctly in a diverse environment. However, it is extremely difficult and practically impossible until we automate the process somehow. Everything can change overnight when we can effortlessly access advice on how to behave and how not to, formulated on the basis of cultural differences and people’s individual characters.

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