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Leaders as Teachers

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Neal R. Goodman

With tightened budgets and leaner staff sizes, organizations have to find innovative methods to train their global workforce. More »

A Global Mindset: The Most Crucial Skill in Today's Business World

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Neal R. Goodman

With a global mindset, today’s business leaders have the chance to bring innovation, economic sustainability, and peace not only to their near geographic proximity but to all societies they can engage in their business endeavors. More »

Being Global Requires Standard Work in Our Interactions

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Our global connection requires that we interact across oceans and borders. It requires that the meaning and intent of our interactions be easily understood, so we can learn quickly and take action accordingly. The challenge is that our history has not prepared us for gl... More »

Welcome to the 2011 BEST Awards!

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The ASTD BEST Awards recognize organizations that demonstrate enterprise-wide success as a result of employee learning and development. We are looking for organizations that get it: They use the learning function as a strategic business tool to get results. More »

Respect in the Cross-Cultural Context

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Maureen Bridget Rabotin

What does it mean to respect someone or something? When trying to understand a complex reality, its helpful to look at the words etymology. The word respect is from the Latin respectus, which literally means regard, with the sense of the act of looking back at one, and ... More »

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