How to Leverage on Cultural Intelligence in the Workplace
In our globalised world, people are finding it increasingly important to cultivate cross-cultural skills to ensure efficient and respectful communication between international colleagues. But how exactly can we try to achieve that and how can companies leverage on Cultural Intelligence in the workplace? We talk to Miriam van der Horst, a partner at OML Consulting, who shares with us more about her experience and knowledge.
The rapid economic growth in Vietnam has piqued the interest of investors and employees alike, hoping to seek a more lucrative avenue to improve their careers and businesses.
The rules for work are clearly changing as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to create numerous challenges on both professional and personal levels. To navigate the future of work, organisational leaders must focus on their most valuable asset: their people. But how can managers keep up with the constant change around them and continue to add value to their business, teams, and own role? One such way is through leveraging the benefits of Emotional Intelligence.
Training and development have often been seen as a cost, not necessarily an investment. However, research shows that training and development are not just beneficial for employees, but for employers too. We talked to Oky Ceelen, a founding partner at OML Consulting, who shares with us more about the importance of training and development, and what skills people should cultivate in this current day and age.