Need for global and cultural awareness

Zdena Rosicka


Current and future operations and activities are more and more characterized by multinational collaboration, whether providing humanitarian assistance or keeping the peace, a single nation team is not able to work alone. Cultural adaptability and competence can significantly form the basis of a team performance.


cross-cultural competence, communication, cooperation words.

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