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  • Youth unemployment rates are the highest they have been in the US in twenty years. In Europe, the situation is not much better. With university tuition on the rise, more and more people graduating and moving back to their parents’ housing and a growing frustration among youth about being underemployed, it seems as if we are […]

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    “A best friend is like a Four Leaf Clover: hard to find and lucky to have.” – Sarah Jessica Parker of popular TV show “Sex in the City”.  In career management terms, these “best friends” comprise your network, which includes sponsors—influential people who know you and recognize your value.  Talent management decisions, including the selection […]

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    As we enter February, a growing number of nations prepare for Valentine’s Day.  This holiday has an interesting historical background, which some say is rooted in pagan tradition and others say is rooted in Christian tradition.  In modern times, some claim that it is nothing more than a commercial holiday.  Regardless, it serves as a […]

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Interview with Sapna and Caroline

February 20, 2014

Worldly Women is the featured Book of the Month through The Women’s Book. We were asked what inspired our personal commitment to increasing the number of women in global leadership positions. Listen to our interview with The Women’s Book CEO to hear our answer to many questions. The answer to this question… With our professional […]

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Why expatriation is the crux of the new leadership profile

May 7, 2013
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Globalization creates new markets and increases opportunities for economic growth, innovation and cooperation.  An imperative for the future is global connectedness.  “Collaboration will be the watchword as companies and governments share costs and knowledge to remove barriers to mobility and manage regulation”1 . Organizations are expanding their businesses across borders and the number of multi-national […]

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It feels like the longest day of the year!

June 21, 2012
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Did you know that laughter is the best medicine? “The fact is, laughter is like diet and exercise,” says Michael Miller, M.D. from the University of Maryland. You can make the longest day feel like the shortest day by smiling and laughing. You can take the most difficult exptriate experience and manage through it by […]

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Five Reasons for Women to find a Female Mentor

June 11, 2012

We have interviewed many women in global leadership roles. The majority of women have mentors and recommend the value of mentor or sponsor relationships. The coaching and informal sharing of thoughts, ideas and advice goes a long way. Some of the women interviewed go as far as recommending the female to female mentoring relationship. Here […]

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