5 Things You Can Do to Boost Your Cultural Agility

Previously, I introduced some of the challenges that instructional designers face when designing for cultures that are very different from their own. As more companies expand their eLearning programs on a multinational scale, it is becoming increasingly important that instructional designers have the skills to design culturally responsive and adaptive eLearning.

One way that you can develop this skill is by developing your level of cultural agility—that is the competency that allows you to perform well in various and unfamiliar cultural contexts. As Caliguiri1 explained, with a higher level of cultural agility not only can you better manage yourself in international and multicultural situations, you also will be able to interact more effectively with others from different cultures.

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