September 5, 2014
Global competencies and capabilities are crticial to organizational effectiveness and keeping a competitive edge.
Unfortunately, less than half of organizations are addressing the development of global skills and competencies. Even among large employers, just 54% address global leadership development in 2014, despite the fact that success in the globalized business environment makes it an imperative.
It’s better to develop global skills and competencies within the context of a distinct global leadership development program, but such skills can be developed within a broader, general leadership development program if the curriculum includes substantive global content. The 2014 Global Leadership Development study by the American Management Association identified key initiatives that drive greater GLD effectiveness:
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