LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – IV

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Disinterest towards other cultures

Informal meetings between entrepreneurs or “networking events” are one of the activities in which the global leader faces cultural differences.

networking events

Let’s look at the benefits of building business relationships and how having an interest and curiosity toward other cultures can become a competitive advantage for entrepreneurs in today’s world.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – III

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Avoiding And Mishandling Uncertainty

By extending the frontiers, the global leader facing cultural differences discovers the need to embrace ambiguity and still have successful relationships, teams, and organizations.

ambiguity in the globalized world

Let’s see how avoiding and mishandling uncertainty can prevent you from extending your borders successfully and thriving in your next step. Let’s also observe how you can improve your ability to handle ambiguity in the globalized world in which we live.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – II

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Misinterpret Others

In the multicultural and globalized world in which we live, understanding others is the difference between having –or not having better clients, teams, and organizations. The tendency of the global leader towards diversity is one of the advantages that allow him to easily understand others.

multicultural

Let’s see why understanding other people in a globalized world can mean the success or failure of your career or the project you want to achieve and 4 easy steps that can help you to successfully understand others.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – I

The 5 More Common Mistakes

More than 3.5 billion people, who make up about half of the planet’s population, are connected through social networks. These are figures that we can’t ignore since much of what happens around us today is being influenced by these numbers.

multicultural teams

If your personal and professional abilities, your experience, and your perspective are not based on a global and multicultural mentality, you are losing all the opportunities that globalization offers you. One of these opportunities is to expand your cultural understanding, but perhaps the most critical is to avoid misunderstandings in multicultural teams.

So let’s see how the lack of cultural understanding and global mentality leads to a cultural shock and misunderstandings in multicultural environments, and how we can avoid them.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – VI

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Conclude Hasty

Drawing precipitated conclusions in the area of communication during multicultural interactions can cause, among others, misunderstandings and low productivity.

cultural diversity

Let’s see why it is important that you improve your communication in environments of cultural diversity and how you can avoid hasty conclusions.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – V

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Resistance to change

Globalization is a great opportunity to extend new frontiers, both personally and professionally. Yet, it’s a challenge for the global leader who is facing cultural differences and who seeks better results not only personally but organizationally as well.

corporate culture

Let’s observe the benefits that the leader and the organization have when they are not resisting change in a multicultural environment, and how this flexibility in a globalized world is a fundamental element both in a successful corporate culture and in the development of the global leader.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – IV

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Disinterest towards other cultures

Informal meetings between entrepreneurs or “networking events” is one of the activities in which the global leader faces cultural differences.

networking events

Let’s look at the benefits of building business relationships and how having interest and curiosity towards other cultures can become a competitive advantage for entrepreneurs in today’s world.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – III

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Avoiding And Mishandling Uncertainty

By extending the frontiers, the global leader facing cultural differences discovers the needs to embrace ambiguity and still have successful relationships, teams, and organizations.

ambiguity in the globalized world

Let’s see how avoiding and mishandling uncertainty can prevent you from extending your borders successfully and thrive in your next step. Let’s also observe how you can improve your ability to handle ambiguity in the globalized world in which we live.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – II

The 5 More Common Mistakes: Misinterpret Others

In the multicultural and globalized world in which we live, understanding others is the difference between having –or not having better clients, teams, and organizations. The tendency of the global leader towards diversity is one of the advantages that allow him to easily understand others.

multicultural

Let’s see why to Understand other people in a globalized world can mean the success or failure of your career or the project you want to achieve and 4 easy steps that can help you to successfully understand others.

LEADING IN A MULTICULTURAL WORLD – I

The 5 More Common Mistakes

More than 3.5 billion people, who make up about half of the planet’s population, are connected through social networks. These are figures that we can’t ignore since much of what happens around us today is being influenced by these numbers.

multicultural teams

If your personal and professional abilities, your experience and your perspective are not based on a global and multicultural mentality, you are losing all the opportunities that globalization offers you. One of these opportunities is to expand your cultural understanding, but perhaps the most critical is to avoid misunderstandings in multicultural teams.
So let’s see how the lack of cultural understanding and global mentality leads to a cultural shock and misunderstandings in multicultural environments, and how we can avoid them.