Reviews and Testimonials
Specialists in conflict resolution, negotiation, and organization in a wide range of contexts explore cross-cultural collaboration in terms of field-proven practices, promising approaches, effectively serving under-served communities, mediating institutions, cross-cultural crucibles for critical transformation, and pressing challenges with visionary futures. Among the topics are tools for loving praxis in organizational leadership, effective training for international cross-cultural collaboration and leadership, stakeholder positioning and cultural diversity in the London modern architecture scene as a case study of the creative sector, cross-cultural collaboration and community-oriented policing and restorative justice, and the philosophy of using communicative intelligence for cross-cultural collaboration.
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Highly recommended as a potential core text in programs and courses on communication, culture, conflict management, negotiation and persuasion. The text might act as a useful supplementary text for some elements in other business and social science fields and disciplines such as international business studies.
– Dr. Tom Cockburn, Center for Dynamic Leadership Models in Global Business, Canada