Culture is like air, we notice when it changes.
Whether your scope is domestic or global, we help you minimize cultural blind spots that affect your intercultural competence and decision making. A culture of inclusion, accountability, and efficacy, leads to working successfully with cultural differences and commonalities.
Leadership requires different gifts, skills, and talents: Competencies. Culture, "how we do things around here," adds levels of complexity to achieve clear expectations, high-performing teams, and effective cross-cultural communicators.Working successfully with people from various parts of the world, with different thinking styles, varied working styles, communication and conflict styles, and educational backgrounds is an effective leader's mantra.
|The 2010 report, "What Senior HR Leaders Need to Know: Perspectives from the United States, India, the Middle East, and North Africa," by Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM, 2010) identified Core Senior Human Resource Leadership Competencies. Cross-cultural intelligence and global intelligence/global mindset made the list! Your vision, knowledge, skills can be focused on demonstrating intercultural sensitivity toward people, companies, and cultures. It is essential you allow time to think about business with a keen focus on understanding the impact of differences.|
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