It’s been a very busy fall for me speaking and writing, and I haven’t had as much time as I would have liked to share what’s new. So I’ve decided to do “news round up” of sorts here.
Working abroad is not necessarily what you’re used to, and it’s imperative to keep this point in mind. Learning to live and work in another culture takes time and focus.
Interested in an international role? Check out the pros and cons of taking the deep dive and moving abroad vs taking on a “global” job with international responsibilities from home base. Determine which one is right for you.
If you or someone you know is considering an assignment abroad, be sure to read this list of 10 tips for the aspiring global worker.
In the New York Times “Room for Debate” today: Should more Americans study abroad? Take a minute to post your comment today!
Women can help other women on small, medium and large scales in every country around the world. Networking and sharing can be cross-cultural acts of kindness and smart economics.
Women are a driving force of economic growth in the US and around the world. The collective feminine buzz was palpable as more than 500 women gathered in Louisville.
Choosing a college is tough. You want the fit to be right, but you also want to graduate and get a job. Read on for some alternative thinking on choosing the best campus.
Go Global! was launched last September yet continues to generate significant media attention. Latest buzz in the Wall Street Journal, Upstart BusinessJournal and Fabulous Magazine! Check it out and launch your Go Global! career today!
Investing in women has a multiplier effect for economic growth. Since we know investing in women pays off, now it is time to put our money where our knowledge shows it will be most effective — in women.