Women Mean Better Business Webinar Series: Global Dexterity


webinar2What does it mean to be a global worker and a true “citizen of the world” today?

It goes beyond merely acknowledging cultural differences. It means you are able to adapt your behavior to conform to new cultural contexts without losing your authentic self in the process. Not only is this difficult, it’s a frightening prospect for most people and something completely outside their comfort zone.

In today’s global economy, managing and communicating with people from other cultures is an essential skill. Most of us collaborate with teams across borders and cultures on a regular basis. What’s needed now is a critical new skill, something author Andy Molinsky calls global dexterity.

You’re Invited!

Join us and learn tools that will help you to adapt your behavior to new cultural contexts while staying authentic and grounded in your own natural style.

Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures without Losing Yourself in the Process

MolinskyWith Andy Molinsky, professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School and author of the award-winning Harvard Business Review Press book, Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures without Losing Yourself in the Process.
When: Friday, December 12, 2014, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. EST
Cost: Free

Register now.

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