To achieve success in the global marketplace organisations need to operate effectively across borders and manage positive cross-cultural relationships. Selecting and developing individuals that are able to manage themselves and their relationships with others from different cultures is imperative. Organisations therefore need to be able to identify the skills and traits necessary for their employees to manage in culturally diverse environments and develop an individual’s global competencies. Nurturing global leaders has become a strategic priority for many global organisations that see the development of global competencies amongst their workforce as a key to sustainable competitive advantage.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||International HR advisor|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2012|