BRIDGING THE GAP
'Coach, I came across a great article," Dan tells me, drawing my attention to "Six Fundamentals Leaders Need for Global Success", which he read on Chiefexecutive.net. It describes a study done by Right Management and Tucker International of 1,867 leaders of 13 nationalities to help multinational clients that need to develop leaders who can fulfil global responsibilities.
The six qualities the study identified are: adapting socially, demonstrating creativity, having an even disposition, respecting beliefs, instilling trust and navigating ambiguity.
"I have a question for you," says Dan. "Why are many Thai leaders not good at navigating ambiguity?"
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