April 23rd 2019
Tips for Nurturing Global Leadership Talent
In this article, Sebastain Reiche delves into the uncertainties of Brexit and the predicted implications it will have on global talent. A number of recommendations for nurturing global leadership are explored, including hiring and promoting, development and socialisation.
What can organisations do to prepare themselves for the unsteady turmoil? How will your organisation approach Brexit - with a fixed mindset or a growth mindset? What are the actions to be taken for global talent management and how will these contribute to better global leadership?
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