Author Ellen Ensher demonstrates how to develop a global mindset through cognitive, psycholoigical, and social dimensions, while describing best practices at organiztions that have focused on developing and encouraging their employees to think globally.
- Think about your last trip you took,…whether it was a business trip to Fresno…or a conference in Majorca.…Your mindset going into the trip had a lot…to do with your experience.…Mindset is how you interpret situations that happen to you.…Today, we are going to talk about global mindset,…which is openness to global trends and sensitivity…when making decisions, or simply put, it's feeling…like the world is your home.…
In a recent Harvard Business Review article…by Mansour Javidan, he shares information…from this global study consisting of interviews…with 200 executives and a survey of 6,000 managers.…The three elements…of global mindset are intellectual capital,…psychological capital, social capital.…Global intellectual capital is about your desire to learn…and process new information and knowledge.…
In your business, are you keeping up…with the latest trends globally related…to competitors and customers?…Are you integrating what you learn regularly…into how you approach your business?…For example, recently I taught in Finland.…
Business professor Ellen Ensher defines what management is in the era of the global workforce and exactly what the role of the manager involves. She explains how to create a compelling vision and culture for your organization, define business goals, and connect the big picture to your team's daily tasks. Next, discover how to build your team, partner with HR on hiring and firing decisions, and coach and mentor employees. Ellen touches on topics that are on the mind of today's leaders—resilience, trust, storytelling, and more—and shares tips to become the best professional version of yourself.
- Roles of a manager
- Becoming a new manager
- Engaging employees
- Creating a compelling vision and culture
- Setting goals
- Hiring and training
- Evaluating performance
- Coaching and mentoring