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How can you become a learning organisation?

How can you become a learning organisation?

Learning organisations are great places to work and share a culture where learning is valued, embedded and celebrated. Embedding a learning culture in your organisation could be crucial for sustainable future success and this blog post offers some practical advice about how to do just that.

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Why invest in intercultural training?

Why invest in intercultural training?

Working internationally requires an intercultural toolkit always at the ready. This doesn't come naturally to everyone and some professionals who are successful at home aren't always able to adapt to working in different environments or with colleagues and partners from different backgrounds. Intercultural training is still sometimes seen as a nice-to-have rather than a must-have set of business skills but read on to find out the real value of intercultural training.

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Generational diversity: The value of experience in the workplace

Generational diversity: The value of experience in the workplace

Age is one of the key pillars of diversity yet often neglected when it comes to conversations about talent development and retention. The global population is ageing and if this trend continues as predicted, it will have a huge impact on the workforce. Organisations need to maximise the skills and experience of the older generation and put measures to attract and retain this demographic.

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The fear of not knowing - Managing uncertainty across cultures

The fear of not knowing - Managing uncertainty across cultures

We are living in uncertain times - to the extent that change and uncertainty seem to be the only constants. Political flux, economic uncertainty, rapid changes in the workplace and relentless advances in technology create a climate of continuous change. Although some people thrive in situations of change, managing uncertainty can often provoke increased levels of stress and anxiety. We all cope with uncertainty in different ways but in this blog post we explore the different attitudes to the unknown across cultures.

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The human angle in agile transformation

The human angle in agile transformation

We are pleased to welcome back Sandra Glowania, a former intern at LSIC, who has just completed her Masters in Intercultural Management. Sandra is going to share her thoughts about agile transformation and the importance of addressing intercultural and interpersonal differences when implementing change programmes.

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