7 Reasons You Can’t Learn Leadership on Your Own

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Very few entrepreneurs, board members, or investors give much thought to leadership development. That’s a huge mistake.

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

Very few entrepreneurs, board members, or investors give much thought to leadership development. That’s a huge mistake. Do you know why?

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Research Findings: The Value of Intercultural Skills in the Workplace

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Culture at Work: The value of intercultural skills in the workplace —A survey conducted by the British Council, Booz Allen Hamilton and Ipsos Public Affairs, of HR managers at 367 large employers i…

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

Culture at Work: The value of intercultural skills in the workplace

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Are You the Ideal Intercultural Communication Client?

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Within intercultural communication contexts, investigating beyond what you think you know opens countless new possibilities for action and satisfaction.

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

Within intercultural communication contexts, investigating beyond what you think you know opens countless new possibilities for action and satisfaction.

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The Neuroscience of Mindfulness

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When you understand the underlying physiology of mindfulness, you begin to see that any discussion about human change, learning, education, even politics and social issues, ends up being about mindfulness.

Belinda MJ.B‘s insight:

When you understand the underlying physiology of mindfulness, you begin to see that any discussion about human change, learning, education, even politics and social issues, ends up being about mindfulness.

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Great Leaders Serve – Leadership Lessons from Kenya

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I returned yesterday from eight days in Kenya. As I’ve written previously, my son, Justin, leads a non-profit organization there called CARE for AIDS. It had been three years since my last visit, and I’m glad I went to see first-hand the amazing work he and his team are doing in Africa.

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