Skills in global leadership are paramount to success in today’s business world. Regardless of whether you’re an expatriate living abroad, or somebody who works within your home country and never travels for business, at some stage in your career you will have to deal with business matters that involve cross-cultural or global issues.
Last week I released Lesson 1 of “5 Keys Lessons in Flexibility for International Professionals”. Click here to access Lesson 1. This week I’m sharing with you the second lesson in flexibility I’ve learned on my international travels.
In my last two blog posts, I shared with you two super simple networking tips that you can use to connect better and impress at your networking events.
When your boss tells you that you’re being sent on an international business trip, your mind probably fills with excitement and anticipation for what lies ahead. You carefully prepare your suitcase, your professional attire, and your business notes. You may even learn how to say hello and thank you in the native language of where […]
Your boss has just told you: “You’re going on a business trip”. You immediately imagine exotic travelling, adventure, freedom, warm nights out, and meeting new people. Then you get your schedule and see that where you’re going, it’s the dead of winter. Your days will be filled with business meetings and your nights with business dinners. […]