GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SOLUTIONS for TODAY's WORLD

EXECUTIVE COACHING
Coaching for Global Advantage, GROVEWELL's culturally calibrated coaching approach, enables corporate leaders to adapt and perform to their highest potential when they encounter unexpected differences within the global arena, including unfamiliar mindsets, values, and practices of business counterparts from other nations.
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GLOBAL SOLUTIONS
A critical challenge facing corporations is the development of a strategy-based transformation in pursuit of worldwide revenue growth. A requirement for global revenue growth is that the organization's managers learn to do things differently so that they will be more effective in distant markets.
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LEADERSHIP TRAINING
GROVEWELL's leadership programs fortify and expand the repertoires of corporations' global leaders for responding intentionally and effectively to challenges of performance, quality, communication, and trust that arise from cross-cultural variations in values, mindsets, and practices.
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LEADERSHIP STYLES
Business leadership is usually discussed in terms of competencies (envisioning, enabling), desirable personal traits (integrity, will), or simplistic "types" (diplomat, pragmatist). But for global leaders who routinely encounter others from around the world, any learning about leadership must address cross-cultural variations in the meaning of effective leadership.
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EXPATRIATE COMPETENCE
Cultural competency programs for new expatriates and their family members are wise investments in the productivity of overseas assignees and the success of global ventures. These programs reduce the inherent risk of sending a valuable employee into an unfamiliar cultural environment, then merely hoping that he or she will rapidly regain prior levels of performance.
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>INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Intercultural communication occurs when people become involved with others who have differing values, mindsets, and relationship patterns. Such interactions weren't studied until the early 1960s. Today, nearly 60 years later, much is known about the competencies one needs for building trust and working effectively with others who are culturally different.
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