Leadership Articles

Excelling at Cultures

Become a global citizen

Our world is becoming smaller and cooperating across cultures becomes more and more important. 

 

Please find below some articles that I published. They deal with leadership and discovery, intercultural management and other phenomena you encounter in MNCs.

Cross Cultural Agility Training
Learning to lead a team or a company effectively in a different cultural setting is very much like endurance training. Maybe not quite like training for a triathlon, there are a few parallels however: It doesn’t happen overnight: Like any other muscle or endurance training it takes time.
Cultural Agility Endurance Training.pdf
PDF-Dokument [1.8 MB]
When does Trust start?
We really need to differentiate between trust and bias... They are not the same. Bias can be removed and worked on if we connect to each other. Trust can be learned, too, by acting less on your bias, being aware of it and leaving your cultural bubble and your comfort zone.
WhenDoesTrustStart.pdf
PDF-Dokument [4.1 MB]
The Beauty of Critical Thinking
In this time and day, the age of information abundance, it seems even more important to hone your critical thinking skills...
TheBeautyOfCriticalThinking.pdf
PDF-Dokument [384.0 KB]
Is patience a skill that can be learned?
I’ve often been asked by leaders from various cultural backgrounds to coach them on patience. Interesting one, this. Is patience a skill that can be learned?
Is Patience a skill that can be learned.[...]
PDF-Dokument [59.4 KB]
Be water, my friend
Leadership in a high control environment
BeWaterMyFriend.pdf
PDF-Dokument [117.1 KB]
To know the road ahead
Immerse yourself in different culture groups.
ToKnowThe RoadAhead.pdf
PDF-Dokument [113.3 KB]
Saving Face - Show patience and listen
aving Face is a much discussed issue in Western companies who have business and dealings in China and very hard to grasp as an outsider. Saving Face includes a sense of honour and belonging, respect, social status and relationships. It ranges from social graces, suave manners and savoir-faire to managing ones own emotions and following protocol with gifts and favours.
SavingFace.pdf
PDF-Dokument [62.0 KB]
Humility
A recurring theme in my coaching sessions with leaders and teams from Greater China is assertiveness. Male and female leaders alike are often asked by their European and American counterparts/ bosses to be more assertive, to sell themselves and their teams better and to speak up more in group settings.
Humility.pdf
PDF-Dokument [54.5 KB]

Note: all referrals to coachees in any published document are agreed to and encouraged by them. All session content is confidential and only examples that have been sanctioned by any coachee concerned will be found in my articles.

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Julia Atkinson