Tag Archives: Global Leadership

Guess What Posts Were Most Read In 2011 ?


If you have a blog: What were your 11 most read posts in 2011 ? See table  Do you think those most read posts reflect your expertise or interests? I think I do  Do you write for your audience or … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga: Are Leaders Born That Way ?


Can we compare Lady Gaga with Mahatma Gandhi ? Greatest leaders of all time do share common traits and one of the most important one is to be able to influence and inspire crowds by standing on their unique and often revolutionary … Continue reading

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The Grass On The Other Side Is Always Greener !


When you see how it can make things better, you get more interested in making the change happen. (Spencer Johnson-Who Moved My Cheese?) ~~~~~~~ Five months ago we moved from Belgium to the U.S. because we decided to live in a place … Continue reading

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What Skills To Look For Hiring Global Executives ?


The most difficult challenge for an expat executive like a country general manager is to be able to find congruence between various opposite interests in a highly complex environment (see picture above). The expat executive must be able to deal … Continue reading

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Is It The End Of Expat Executives ?


International HR management is changing and it is not in favor of sending more expatriates. This new trend seems to go faster than International HR management (IHRM) experts predicted. In 2010 most global companies thought that there were not enough … Continue reading

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The Twitter Trap


The Twitter Trap By BILL KELLER Published: May 18, 2011 : What thinking in 140 characters does to our brains. This article is providing good perspectives on how Twitter and other social media may have an impact on the way you learn or how you make … Continue reading

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JAPAN BOSSES ON COMMUNICATING WITH HQ


Excellent article on problems and tips on how Japan executives should deal with their headquarters. Published by Eurobiz Japan I spent almost ten years in Japan during three different expatriations, in 1990, 1996 and 2003 and I agree what this … Continue reading

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Dear Executives: If You Are Not On Linkedin, Your Competitors Are!


This article is about executives who have a job or executive job seekers. I am not talking about how companies can create competitive advantages by using Linkedin. When I first posted about using Linkedin, few executives were openly using it to … Continue reading

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How Is Expatriate ROI Defined In Global Companies ?


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] Because of the financial crisis, the C-suite executives’ salary, benefits and advantages have been on intense scrutiny lately.  For expatriate executives, the costs can be three to four times the costs of local employees. From a HRM point … Continue reading

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Developing Global Executives: Failure Is Not An Option


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] How do you define expatriate failure ? What are the main causes ? How do you select your candidates for expatriation ? Do your expatriate  talent going over to the competition? What types of  training and support are the … Continue reading

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