Challenges can stun, stilt, or stop the progress of professionals and organizations. Acting with resilience is key to overcoming such difficulties and consistently progressing toward personal and collective goals.
Andrew Brewer, Rebekah Kimball, Lanie Beard and John Miller
In a growing global economy, competition abounds. Building a better you is one way to get ahead and build a better business.
Successful global leaders focus on those that they serve. Considering customers in business strategy will improve branding, profitability, and relationships.
Behavioral cultural intelligence includes the speaking, verbal, and nonverbal behaviors characteristic of individuals within a given culture. This skill can be improved through asking questions, preparing ahead, and practicing.
Suggestions for improving empathy levels in order to achieve greater career success individually and for a company as a whole.
Understanding internal and external motivators are key to developing the cultural intelligence necessary to be a successful global leader.
A global business leader includes others by building creative teams that focus on strong collaboration and communication.
Important international decisions require strong cognitive cultural intelligence. Building that intelligence requires people, research, and experience.
Global businesses that don’t have a defined mission, vision, and strategy are more likely to fail. Learning how to deliver will help.
Successful global leaders recognize that conflict is a healthy part of business that results from the diversity of thought and experience seen in a global environment. These leaders are prepared to address these differences in a way that invites collaboration, compromise, and employee advocacy.