As organizations begin to take a more global approach to business, they need leaders who have the skills to lead in a global organization.
So, you’re in a new global learning and development (L&D) role. As you start having conversations with stakeholders, the complexity and enormity of your situation is sinking in. There’s good news: You don’t have to do everything at once.
Globalization may be dramatically transforming our businesses into international powerhouses, but there are a few aspects that are stubbornly staying the same, including leadership development programs.
All organizations, regardless of the country where they are headquartered, are struggling with the development and movement of talent to deal with the globally dispersed and culturally diverse workplace and marketplace.