Category Archives: Cross cultural

Is Humility A Universal Leadership Value Across Cultures ?


Humility in leadership can be defined as the ability to understand yourself and bring the best from other people. You must first know your talents and limitations, then recognize that you have to rely on others and empower them to … Continue reading

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How Intercultural Competence Drives Success in Global Virtual Teams


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders A study that shows intercultural competence as a factor in effectiveness of global virtual teams, and that building relationships, establishing structure, and having discipline are critical for success. Anne Egros‘s insight: To build a … Continue reading

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Perception of Time Value In America and Russia


Many managers working in multicultural teams or dealing with clients and business partners overseas have often little idea that conflicts could have underlying cultural differences. Time and its perceived value is one of those key cultural differences. We may measure time … Continue reading

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How Do You Develop Global Leaders ?


In the article ‘Global Mindset Secrets of Superstar Expats” published  by Thunderbird School of Global Management, the authors argue that immersing executives in different cultures does not produce effective global leaders as they often fail to learn how to deal with the … Continue reading

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Culture Is Like A Mayonnaise


Originally posted on Anne Egros, Expat Life, Career, Executive Coach:
This blog has been inspired by an article published  by Rana Sinha , How to understand cross-cultural analysis?. I have summarized Rana’s key ideas and added my own sources of information Origins and Evolution of Cross-cultural Communication.…

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Finding Happiness as an Expat Wife


See on Scoop.it – International Career Are you struggling with life as an expat wife? InterNations shows you how to avert an identity crisis and how to find happiness as an expat wife. Anne Egros‘s insight: Maybe you took a … Continue reading

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You Are What You Speak: How Language Influences Behaviors


If our language shapes the way we think, it also impacts the way we behave. In its presentation, Keith Chen ask the question: Could your language affect your ability to save money ? The author gives various examples on how same information … Continue reading

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The 5 Biggest Lies About Expats


It is amazing how much pressure is put on expats to comply to a certain image of the “ideal expat”. The perfect expat does not exist and most recommendations I read on specialized blogs on how to become one are … Continue reading

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Intercultural training important to expats’ success


See on Scoop.it – Global Leaders Intercultural training programs are designed to develop cultural awareness and speed the transition process, by providing employees and their families with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to effectively interact across cultures. See on … Continue reading

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