How to be globally dextrous

06/17/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Leaders need to show "global dexterity" to handle the challenges of a globalized workforce and marketplace, says business professor Andy Molinsky. That means learning to use local knowledge to adapt to whatever arises. But "[l]ocal knowledge of a foreign culture is just one piece of a puzzle. Ability to transform this knowledge into behavior is another strength of [a] global leader," Molinsky says.

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