In today’s diverse employment market, with its focus on digital platforms, global social networks and remote working, cultural intelligence has never been more important.
Internationally-seasoned executives are assumed to be more expensive than those who stay put, but how exactly can you make sure it pays to have an international education and work experience?
We were used to a calm sea to bask in. Now it has become rough and we will have to learn to swim, or risk drowning. As leaders, this means you no longer have a choice but to adapt to each situation.
What’s the secret to leveraging your image online & offline in a way that remains authentic? ESCP’s The Choice spoke with personal branding experts Géraldine Galindo and Thibault Louis to find out more.
How can individuals and teams reach their potential by learning to step outside their personal and cultural comfort zones? We spoke with Andy Molinsky, author of Global Dexterity and Reach, to find out
Ken Chan explains why he keeps undertaking graduate studies, even deciding at the start of the global pandemic to pursue a PhD in business while working full-time in demanding leadership roles.
Public speaking and pitching are must-have skills for every entrepreneur. They are the make-or-break point from finding investors to building your team.
On the fifth & final episode of We All Make Mistakes, podcast host Professor Ben Voyer speaks to failure expert and fellow ESCP Professor Christoph Seckler.
The experiencing self and remembering self do not value the same things. What would our choices look like if we prioritised one over the other?
Béatrice Kosowski, president of IBM France, shares her thoughts on how recruiters and candidates should address the often vague subject of emotional intelligence at work.