Effective cross-cultural leadership and management require what is known as the “pivot factor.” What is a pivot? Pivot – a dance step in which the dancer suddenly turns to face the opposite direction. Pivoting in intercultural management The need to...
Image: pexels.com Diversity and inclusivity in the workplace is not a new concept, but it is one of the practices that organizations are still making adjustments for. With this, companies are keeping up by paying more attention to their policies and programs that...
ESL Teachers: Learn how you can earn more money in 2022! ESL Teachers: Learn how you can earn more money in 2022! This article is the first in a series about expat careers and business, and today I’m going to talk about ESL teachers, but specifically, how ESL teachers...
10 Tips for Cultural Sensitivity during the Holy Month of Ramadan 10 Tips for Cultural Sensitivity during the Holy Month of Ramadan If you’re an expat living in the Middle East, or you’re working or doing business with people of Islamic faith, you need to know how to...
In this interview, Cheryl talks about how she got into the cross-cultural training field, misperceptions about places she’s lived like the Middle East and Italy, TCK (Third Culture Kids), and how she loves discovering human kindness across the globe. Weirong: The idea...
International employee relocation can bring business opportunities, but getting it right requires plenty of planning, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. This article outlines key things to consider when you relocate employees overseas as part of an office...
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