What do organizations really need to know before sending high-potential employees on global stretch assignments? The devil is in the details according to UNC Executive Development’s Horace McCormick. Following up from the research Compete and Connect: Developing Globally-Competent Leaders, this podcast describes the pertinent steps needed to thoughtfully map out global assignments to enable multicultural sensitivity and enhance global competence.
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