People coming from different countries may not find comfort in communicating or coordinating easily with one another. When people from different countries come together, their way of thinking varies. Some might be shy to communicate, while others open for communication. Owing to the difference in their cultural backgrounds, there is a difference in their upbringing, due to which there's a difference in their views and beliefs. Even the communication etiquette differs across the different countries, thus making it difficult for communication to even start.
Language and Accent
Language is one cultural barrier that is observed in people coming from different parts of the world. Many of us hesitate to communicate with a foreigner because we are unable to understand his language or accent. For example, An Asian may not feel comfortable talking to an Australian, owing to his/her heavy English accent.
Behavior and Nature
Behavior and human nature can be barriers in communication. Culture influences one's personality and the persona in turn impacts the way one thinks, behaves and communicates. For example, egoistic people may keep themselves away from communicating with the others around. Similarly, people with an inferiority complex may find it difficult to communicate freely. Also, a difference in personalities can lead to a communication gap in people. Extroverts can initiate communicate with no difficulty while introverts cannot. Good communication is possible only if both parties are ready to communicate, are able to understand the differences in their personalities and keep their personal differences aside.
Being from different religions or castes can act as a barrier to communicate on a personal or professional level. Sometimes, a person may feel uncomfortable communicating with people from other religions. This is mainly because of the difference in the beliefs they share. Religious views impact the