About attaining intercultural competence

Intercultural competence is more than awareness. It takes more than „keeping it simple“. I reflect on my learning curve in working and living in environments that are different, new, strange and unfamiliar to me. Situations go from unknown to known. Let me share some of my observations of my personal learning process. 

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Nonverbale Kommunikation und Kultur

Um meine Körpersprache wirkungsvoll einzusetzen bedarf es Bewusstsein um meine Wirkung auf andere zu erkennen, die Fähigkeit meine Signale zu steuern (Bewusstsein und Steuerungskompetenz) sowie eine klare Wirkungsabsicht. 

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Mark Moser
Meine Körper spricht

Zurzeit bin ich daran, eine Weiterbildung im Bereich der nonverbalen Kommunikation für Personen im Sicherheitsbereich zu entwickeln. Es ist faszinierend zu erkennen was mein Körper durch nonverbale Signale sagt.

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Mark Moser
Home

Where do you come from? This is such a simple question but one that challenges some of us.
“Home is when I am connected with myself and my community of people where I feel accepted and loved.” This is my most common answer and most truthful response. 

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Mark MoserThe Hive
Multicultural competence

What is multicultural competence? Is it the ability to create meaning in communication? Is it being able to embrace difference and yet have a sense of belonging? Competence in our ever increasing small world is of greatest importance both for a successful professional life, but also to have rich personal life. 

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Mark Moser
Conflict perspectives

One of my first memories was hearing the war-chanting of the Huli men in the southern highlands of Papua New Guinea, preparing for a stand-off with another tribe. Conflict was associated with violent and minor-armed conflicts which threatened our peace in a very real way. I saw men and women injured from tribal fighting. 

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Mark Moser
Up-international

Three years ago an idea was born in a small coffee shop in Oslo with three friends. We were disturbed by the fact that violence against men and boys was not on the agenda of many international and national actors working on violence and prevention of thus.

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Mark Moser