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Why is it so hard to learn new cultures

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Why is it so hard to learn new cultures

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❓❓❓ Why is it so hard to "learn" new cultures ❓❓❓

As cultural broker and coach, I get this question all the time. For people like me who naturally adapt to new teams and topics, pick up cultural patterns and (10+) languages, it's all too clear. Picking up codes and switching to the right one is not only easy, but also creative and fun. I loved switching between 5 and more languages during one single meeting while working in the European Institutions in Brussels.

But many of my customers and expats-to-be are struggling with this - and it's NOT about IQ or Leadership style, not about your own cultural background and NOT about the amount of information you pack into an intercultural or communications workshop. This is why not all workshops are created equal.

💡 Now I found an exciting study that explains different learning styles and explains what I have been doing all my life and in my professional trainings without having the right wording for it:

👉 Implicit learning and pattern recognition

❓ What does that mean?

➡️ It's not about how "smart" you are, it's about how your brain learns
➡️ It's not about the information itself, it's about how it is delivered and how you are nudged to digest and manage new information
➡️ It's not only about how your brain works now, but how we train it to work from now on, using the neuroplasticity of our brain
➡️ It's not about how much you know, but how you use and connect the different informations you have available
➡️ That's why I never suggest IQ tests for placements abroad or for expat preparations
➡️ That's why I never do Input-only How-To Lectures
I prepared some slides about this phenomenon and the impact on intercultural postings, hirings and management for companies. I hope they trigger your pattern learning :-)

👉 Contact me for these implicit topics that can not just be lectured - based on the newest research and insights from neurology and science:

✅ Intercultural Management and Teams - Focus on China and Asia
✅ Communication
✅ Conflict Management & Medition
✅ Intercultural Strategic Business Development
✅ Social Media Content and Communication Strategies

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#communication #training #workshops #learning #pattern #brainscience #neurology #bridgebuilder #interculturalcommunication #conflictmanagement #socialmedia #contentmarketing #China #ChinaBusiness #InterculturalCommunication #InterculturalComptence #patternrecognition #leadership #research #content #iq #hiringprocess

❓❓❓ Why is it so hard to "learn" new cultures ❓❓❓

As cultural broker and coach, I get this question all the time. For people like me who naturally adapt to new teams and topics, pick up cultural patterns and (10+) languages, it's all too clear. Picking up codes and switching to the right one is not only easy, but also creative and fun. I loved switching between 5 and more languages during one single meeting while working in the European Institutions in Brussels.

But many of my customers and expats-to-be are struggling with this - and it's NOT about IQ or Leadership style, not about your own cultural background and NOT about the amount of information you pack into an intercultural or communications workshop. This is why not all workshops are created equal.

💡 Now I found an exciting study that explains different learning styles and explains what I have been doing all my life and in my professional trainings without having the right wording for it:

👉 Implicit learning and pattern recognition

❓ What does that mean?

➡️ It's not about how "smart" you are, it's about how your brain learns
➡️ It's not about the information itself, it's about how it is delivered and how you are nudged to digest and manage new information
➡️ It's not only about how your brain works now, but how we train it to work from now on, using the neuroplasticity of our brain
➡️ It's not about how much you know, but how you use and connect the different informations you have available
➡️ That's why I never suggest IQ tests for placements abroad or for expat preparations
➡️ That's why I never do Input-only How-To Lectures
I prepared some slides about this phenomenon and the impact on intercultural postings, hirings and management for companies. I hope they trigger your pattern learning :-)

👉 Contact me for these implicit topics that can not just be lectured - based on the newest research and insights from neurology and science:

✅ Intercultural Management and Teams - Focus on China and Asia
✅ Communication
✅ Conflict Management & Medition
✅ Intercultural Strategic Business Development
✅ Social Media Content and Communication Strategies

—————

#communication #training #workshops #learning #pattern #brainscience #neurology #bridgebuilder #interculturalcommunication #conflictmanagement #socialmedia #contentmarketing #China #ChinaBusiness #InterculturalCommunication #InterculturalComptence #patternrecognition #leadership #research #content #iq #hiringprocess

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Why is it so hard to learn new cultures

  1. 1. Why is it so hard to learn new cultures (and languages)? BRIDGEBUILDER EOOD / INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION, TRAINING AND TEAMBUILDING
  2. 2. Because of Implicit Intelligence and Implicit Learning
  3. 3. is the ability to pick up complex patterns from the environment - without trying to IMPLICIT INTELLIGENCE
  4. 4. A study by Krishna Savani studies how implicit intelligence helps people learn new cultures IMPLICIT INTELLIGENCE
  5. 5. When it comes to learning cultures, a high IQ is not necessarily helpful ONE OF THE MOST SURPRISING INSIGHTS:
  6. 6. In fact, sometimes it may even hinder performance ONE OF THE MOST SURPRISING INSIGHTS:
  7. 7. “Culture is too complex, too nuanced to learn explicitly through guidebooks and lists of dos-and-don’ts” THE STUDY SHOWS:
  8. 8. “Culture can’t be learned actively” THE STUDY SHOWS:
  9. 9. To get a deep & substantial understanding of a new culture you need ... interaction & exposure THE STUDY SHOWS:
  10. 10. This activates the brain’s implicit learning mechanisms THE STUDY SHOWS:
  11. 11. Implicit learning is also one of the precursors of intuition THE STUDY SHOWS:
  12. 12. Measuring implicit intelligence is not as straightforward as explicit aptitudes such as IQ THE STUDY SHOWS:
  13. 13. How quickly you incidentally pick up recurring patterns from the environment without trying to IMPLICIT APTITUDE EQUALS:
  14. 14. Companies often perform evaluations including personality, IQ, and EQ before sending staff abroad WHY THIS MATTERS
  15. 15. But most don’t know about the importance of implicit aptitude when it comes to learning cultures WHY THIS MATTERS
  16. 16. Implicit intelligence might matter as much as these other forms of intelligence WHY THIS MATTERS
  17. 17. From people with similar qualifications those with the highest implicit aptitude will probably fare better FOR EXPAT ASSIGNMENTS
  18. 18. This is also true for executives in managerial positions FOR EXPAT ASSIGNMENTS
  19. 19. Companies need to test for good sense of complex recurring patterns in the environment FOR EXPAT ASSIGNMENTS
  20. 20. Candidates with a holistic view and understanding of the organization THAT MEANS...
  21. 21. Implicit intelligence is about pattern recognition in order to inform decisions THAT MEANS...
  22. 22. This applies to executives making complex decisions as well as to anyone learning new cultures
  23. 23. In order to activate our implicit mechanisms when learning new cultures, we need exposure HOW TO TRAIN THAT?
  24. 24. That is just the opposite of what many expats have - before or during the assignment HOW TO TRAIN THAT?
  25. 25. Interact with locals. Let your implicit systems receive feedback from subtle social cues HOW TO TRAIN THAT?
  26. 26. Let your implicit learning system do its work HOW TO TRAIN THAT?
  27. 27. It means a different approach THAT DOESN'T MEAN ZERO PREPARATION
  28. 28. All Studies show the negative effects of zero preparation ZERO PREPARATION IS NOT ENOUGH
  29. 29. Based on Neuroscience and Research BUT YOU CAN SCREEN AND PREPARE MORE EFFECTIVELY
  30. 30. For preparing international and expat assignments and teams - Contact me HOW TO TRAIN THAT?
  31. 31. And let‘s stay in touch! https://ehanes.net https://www.linkedin.com/in/e mihanes/ THANK YOU

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