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Dimensions of

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Jeremy Slagoski

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Transcript of Dimensions of

Dimensions of
Transnational
Competence

Koehn, P.H. & Rosenau, J.N. (2010).
Transnational Competence: Empowering Professional Curricula for Horizon-Rising Challenges
. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
Analytic Competence
Emotional Competence
Creative / Imaginative Competence
Communicative Competence
Functional Competence
Ability to achieve a reasonably complete understanding of the central beliefs, values, practices, and paradoxes of counterpart culture(s) and society(ies)--including political and ethnic awareness
Ability to link conditions in new settings to one's own circumstances and vice versa
Ability to discern risks and benefits and to assess complex alternative socio-technical paths
Ability to discern effective transboundary interaction strategies and to learn from past successes and failures
Motivation and ability to open oneself up continuously to divergent cultural influences and experiences
Ability to assume genuine interest in and to maintain respect for different values traditions, experiences, feelings, and challenges
Ability to read emotional messages conveyed by people with vastly different backgrounds
Ability to manage multiple identities
Sense of transboundary efficacy
Ability to foresee and exploit the synergistic potential of diverse group perspectives in collective problem solving
Collaborative ability to articulate novel and shared transboundary syntheses
Ability to envision viable mutually acceptable alternatives
Ability to tap into diverse cultural, societal, and technical sources for inspiration
Proficiency in and use of counterparts' spoken/written language
Skill interpretation and in using an intepreter
Proficiency in and relaxed use of interculturally appropriate nonverbal cues and codes
Ability to listen to and discern different messages
Ability to engage in meaningful transboundary dialogues and to facilitate mutual self-disclosure
Ability to avoid and resolve communication misunderstandings across diverse communication styles
Ability to relate to counterpart(s) and to develop and maintain personal relationships
Ability to apply/adapt procedural insights, empathy, and imagination in transboundary interactions
Flexible ability to employ an extensive and complex range of accommodative organizational strategies and interaction paths
Ability to overcome problems/conflicts and accomplish goals when dealing with transnational and transboundary challenges and globalization/localization pressures
Ability to build and activate professional and societal resources that mitigate socio-economic inequities, power differentials, exclusionary policies, and other institutionalized constraints
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