Executive coaching is still the way to go, if you want to become an intentional leader ( rather than an accidental one).
I’ve been spending my last few months doing one of the most interesting and inspiring things I’ve ever done: I’ve been interviewing woman leaders in Vietnam for an upcoming book.This is the first ever book focused on Vietnam’s women leaders and female leadership in Viet Nam.
Originally posted on six degrees north: School pick-up at an International school looks much like school pick up anywhere in the developed world.Apart from looking like a Benetton ad or maybe morning tea at the United Nations.
Weve got some more research on leadership in emerging markets.
Discover the latest in intercultural resources on China, Vietnam, Leadership, Executive Coaching and Cross-cultural challenges on my pinterest boards.I started this blog as an intercultural resource back in July 2009.
I wanted to share with you three surprising facts about Viet Nam, my home for the past year. It’s a fascinating place! Viet Nam is Facebook’s fastest growing market in the world.
Jonathan Watt’s book When a Billion Chinese Jump is thoroughly researched, well written and compassionate, particularly with regard to the Chinese people that suffer the consequences of Western consumption and Chinese economic development.
Ángel Cabrera believes that global leaders can be made – he’s the president of Thunderbird School of Global Management, so it’s his job to say this.
It is my big belief that one of the key social skills of this century is the ability to engage and relate across cultures and nationalities.
Happy Chinese Year of the Dragon , Happy Spring Festival! Yesterday China and other Asian countries and communities all over the world celebrated the first day of the Chinese Lunar Year, or Spring Festival (chunjie).