Cross-Cultural Competency

Cross-Cultural Competency is the ability to operate in different cultural settings.

ABERRATE

(1) diverge or deviate from the straight path; diverge from the expected

Résumé bullet points:

Aberrated from standard operating procedure (SOP) in cases that demanded field expediency

ABIDE

{also use in Accountability, Commitment and Dedication, Common Sense, Professional Demeanor and Presence, Reliability, Self-Manageable, and Work Ethic}

(1) bear; continue; endure; go on being; put up with; stomach; take; tolerate

(2) hold; remain; stand fast; stand for

(3) remain with someone; stay

Collocates to: agreements, conditions, laws, norms, rules; resolutions, wishes

ABSORB

{also use in Accomplishments and Achievements, Accountability, ...

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