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Unlocking the Three Colors of Worldview

Updated: Jul 10


Ming-Jinn Tong on the Unlocking Cultural Agility Podcast

What if understanding three simple colors could transform your perspective on intercultural connection?

Join us as Shelley Reinhart welcomes Marco, International Director of KnowledgeWorks, to discuss the innovative framework known as the Three Colors of Worldview. We challenge the limitations of traditional intercultural literature by unveiling a more profound approach that transcends country-specific clichés. Drawing inspiration from psychometric tools and Roland Muller's groundbreaking work, this discovery tool offers deeper insights into our self-cultural identities, moving beyond superficial tips and tricks.


Dive into the intricate dynamics of honor, innocence, and power with us. Marco shares personal stories highlighting how these powerful forces shape decision-making and behavior. From family expectations to societal norms, discover how these cultural drivers influence choices about education, marriage, and career. Shelley and Marco bring real-life experiences to provide a vivid illustration of how these concepts operate across different cultural contexts, offering invaluable lessons and fostering greater cultural awareness.



In this episode, you will learn:

  • The Origins of the Three Colors of Worldview Discovery Tool

  • The Beautiful Side of Each of the Three Colors of Worldview

  • Why Shame, Guilt, and Fear are Part of the Three Colors Framework


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