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CIS Perspectives: "How can I make the people around me do great things?": Leadership development for an interconnected world
Posted 26/01/2017 12:05

 

Have you read the latest entry in CIS Perspectives?
 

“HOW CAN I MAKE THE PEOPLE AROUND ME DO GREAT THINGS?”: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR AN INTERCONNECTED WORLD

 

Are the teachers and leaders in your school interculturally competent? Does it really even matter? Gavin Hornbuckle’s research, highlighted below, demonstrates that we shouldn’t assume international school staff are culturally competent. Explore this topic in-depth at the CIS Symposium on Intercultural Learning in Amsterdam (9 & 10 March) or Singapore (23 & 24 March). More information here.

“You should be predisposed to other people's power -- how can I make the people around me do great things. If they do, then, by definition, I'll succeed, because that's my job, is to get this team moving in the right direction.”

President Barack Obama, 
Remarks at a Town Hall with Young Leaders of the UK, …

 


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