Road trips remind us that we are but a small part of a diverse and interconnected world.
The Olympics are a rare opportunity to lift our heads up from our national navel gazing and remember that we are a part of the global community.
Many of us recognize that it is essential to develop our ability to “cross and connect cultures.”
When Americans vote for a president in November, they will base their decision to some extent on how closely the candidates align with key cultural values.
We often talk about strategies for navigating cultural difference and cultivating personal development during expat assignments, but what about short business trips?