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  • English as a Global Language – 7 Struggles and Solutions
    By: Nita Korsten and Kathy Czako Once upon a time… Mrs. Snow, the CEO of an international company, led her quarterly sales meeting on the 46th floor of a giant glass and concrete skyscraper in a country far, far away. Her seven devoted staff members surrounded Mrs. Snow. They had gathered from various countries from all over the world. “This will be great”, Mrs. Snow thought. “All this knowl...
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  • Fair Process – Better Decisions Through Higher Engagement
    by: Robert Paul Schwippert We work with leaders who make decisions every day. Often, they must decide on complicated issues which involve many stakeholders and consequently they struggle to make effective decisions. On the one hand, they want to engage their stakeholders/team members to build upon various inputs. On the other hand, they want timely decisions which avoid endless conversations ...
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  • Is your virtual open door policy working?
    by: Theresa Sigillito Hollema How effective is your communication with your virtual team?  Does bad news come to you quickly or are you often surprised? Successful leaders of virtual teams consciously create a communication channel with employees who are not co-located.  Have you invested in creating effective communication channels with your virtual team ....?
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  • Tell your story with the headphones on
    By: Theresa Sigillito Hollema Have you heard a good story lately?  Most of us love to hear a good story, and we all have a great story to tell – our own.  Barker and Gower show through the Narrative Paradigm Theory  that story telling is a cross-culturally accepted communication tool and a quick method to build relationships, especially in a diverse environment.  Fortunately storytelling has...
  • Why Google is running the company on questions, not on answers
    by: Robert Paul Schwippert Often I observe managers and leaders in conversations, and to be honest… sometimes they talk a lot.  I notice the more they speak the less they listen. The less they listen the less they learn.  This is because when we give our opinion we provide our perspective; the perspective we already know. We tell it to others since we want them to understand.  Asking (the ri...
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  • How to turn Professionals into Leaders and Role Models
    Recently I designed a leadership development program for department heads of one of world’s highest-ranking universities. I used the McKinsey influencing model[1] to build a program that helps their leaders and managers navigate the organization in new directions. The importance to turn professionals into professional leaders does not only count for universities, but for any expertise-focused...
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  • Can your remote colleagues become a team?
    Why do so many managers of virtual teams forget that their team works virtually?  When the manager sets aside the time and money to focus on a team building session, why do they fail to put ‘building virtual competence’ on the agenda?   Perhaps because they do not realize that to work virtually is more than an onsite team who turn on their computers.  Working virtually requires a new way of c...
  • Lost in Intercultural Space
    When Jim – a US manager working for a global IT company - approached me he was to the point, very efficient and straightforward, just as his question was: ‘I got this new team, consisting of UK based staff and Southern Europeans. We are responsible for running the IT Operations for Europe but I don’t think the right dynamics are there.’ . ‘Ok, give me an example what is happening?’ I asked, b...
  • The Day I became Icelandic
    I love vacation! In my case, that is not because it means I can cease to think about work!  On the contrary, I constantly get new views on various cultures, a subject I am professionally passionate about. Encountering other cultures provides me with the opportunity to incorporate new viewpoints in my own life. This summer I had the chance to travel to Iceland and embrace the “Petta Reddast” m...
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