La communication comme composante de la compétence interculturelle en entreprises :
Les différences culturelles, langue et langage
Intercultural competency is the capacity of understanding situations of intercultural interactions and adapt to them. It is also a communicative competency that uses the language as one of the communication languages. The languages used in communication could be verbal or non-verbal. To adapt to a different culture, the language is a necessary tool to enter this culture. So, is it enough to speak a country language to adapt to the culture of that country? Knowing that the non-verbal communication intervenes in oral communication, are there any equivalences of non-verbal in other cultures?
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