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How to ensure cultural and workplace readiness for digital learning

How to ensure cultural and workplace readiness for digital learning

We are very pleased to welcome our colleague and Director of The London School Online, Andy Johnson, as our latest guest blogger. Andy is going to share his thoughts and experiences of making sure that large scale digital learning projects meet the needs of a diverse and dispersed workforce.

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When in Jakarta… Top tips for expatriates working in Indonesia

When in Jakarta… Top tips for expatriates working in Indonesia

We are delighted to welcome Claudia Landini as our latest guest blogger. She has recently returned to Italy after four years living in Indonesia delivering intercultural training to managers and their families relocating to Jakarta. Her clients mostly worked for international organisations and although they were not all westerners they had generally adopted a western mindset and approach to working. Read her post to understand more about the challenges facing expatriates working in Indonesia.

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Making your overseas experience count: fear vs adventure

Making your overseas experience count: fear vs adventure

A very warm welcome to Marta Rivas, our latest guest blogger and current intern with LSIC. Marta is going to talk about culture shock and how to maximise the experience of living and working overseas, based on her personal experiences of studying, working and living in London for the last two years.

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Time across cultures - part 1 - The Tortoise and the Hare - or how we slice and dice time

Time across cultures - part 1 - The Tortoise and the Hare - or how we slice and dice time

How do you see time? Does it move in a straight line or in circles? Do you have plenty of time or never enough? Is time a commodity to be managed or enjoyed? Time exerts an unusual and often invisible influence on how we interact, work, and behave with other people: our attitudes to punctuality, planning and deadlines all connect to our relationship with time. Perceptions of time differ around the world and across cultures and this in turn influences the way that we manage and experience the flow of time around us. Here we explore different perceptions of time across cultures and compare how these perceptions interplay with the pace of life in different parts of the world.

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We can all be excellent negotiators

We can all be excellent negotiators

It is widely reported that around 45% of the working population has never negotiated a pay rise and this figure drops much lower when it comes to the female population. Anecdotally, many people describe themselves as poor negotiators and say that they are not confident when it comes to negotiating. We can all be effective negotiators if we take the time to develop the right mindset and skills and in this blog post we share some practical advice for successful negotiations.

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