Listen to this podcast and to Tom and discover why your point of view is critical for your success.
Podcast Series: CQ for Global Leaders
What mode is your face communicating to your team and customers and what are the 3 ways to manage your mood?
As a global leader, is your role to create change and disrupt the flow of the organization and what does that have to do with the cadence of your organization?
What is the level of interaction in your role and those around you?
As you become more senior should you conform or disrupt?
Discover the significant differences between the two and their application for global leadership
What are the barriers to collaboration and ways to overcome them?
Discover the 4 Cs for great collaboration
Ideas to reinventing yourself and your teams
In low context, “No” means no. “Yes” means yes. I say what I mean, and I mean what I say. I get to the point, and I am direct. High-context is less clear. Contextual is not only about what is said but how it is said….the tone, pitch, facial expressions, etc.
It is important to know your own culture before you can understand someone else’s culture. Today’s guest is Tom Verghese, a cross-cultural consultant. Tom expresses the importance of listening for meaning, what’s unsaid, and use of silence.