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Career development in cross-cultural environment

Nijolė Petkevičiūtė; Asta Balčiūnaitienė; Violeta Barvydienė;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2013 Journal: Management of Organizations: Systematic Research, volume 66, pages 7-17 (issn: 1392-1142, eissn: 2335-8750, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH
  • Country: Lithuania
The aim of this paper is to discuss the peculiarities of career development and cultural competence in crosscultural environment. The idea of career development in a cross-cultural environment is usually linked to personal, communication skills, social and cultural issues. Understanding of the concept of peculiarities of career development and cross-cultural communication competence is of crucial significance in a multicultural environment. The main factors of career development in cross-cultural environment and cross-cultural communication competence are discussed and analyzed in the paper. The results of the survey demonstrante that the development of cross-cu...
free text keywords: Lithuania ; Personal career ; Career development ; Cross-cultural communication competence, Profesinis orientavimas, Vocational guidance, Tarpkultūrinė komunikacija, Intercultural communication, Personal career, Cross-cultural communication competence, Asmeninė karjera, Karjeros vystymas, Tarpkultūrinės komunikacijos kompetencija, 005 Vadyba / Management, Career development, Multiculturalism, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common, Cultural competence, Pedagogy, Communication skills, Cross-cultural, Cultural issues, Psychology
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