Genuinely Global Leadership

Genuinely Global Leadership

The Randömia Balloon Factory: A Unique Simulation for Working Across the Cultural Divide, 135-page guidebook for a 3½-hour business simulation, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. Originally published by Intercultural Press, 2001. Revised and expanded edition published by GROVEWELL, 2014. For details and purchase arrangements, click here.

SURVEY ON GLOBAL LEADERSHIP READINESS (SGLR), by C. Grove & Richard Mansfield. [An inexpensive, on-line, 360° self-assessment and self-development instrument for global leaders] GROVEWELL, 2002. For more information, click here.

Getting to the Heart of Global Leadership, a short article by Jo Ann Ross and Willa Zakin Hallowell. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, an online publication of the Fletcher School at Tufts University, September 2016. To read, click here

The Art of Self-Care and Dynamic Global Leadership, a short article by Jo Ann Ross. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, an online publication of the Fletcher School at Tufts University, September 2016. To read, click here

Embracing Hope in a Turbulent World: Five Steps for Global Leaders, a short article by Jo Ann Ross. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, an online publication of the Fletcher School at Tufts University, September 2016. To read, click here

The Intricate Web Connecting Virtual Teams, 3-page article by Maureen Bridget Rabotin. T+D, the magazine of the American Society for Training & Development, April 2014. To read, click here

Creative Leadership, 6-page article including (page 6) a diagnostic instrument, by Dr. B.H. Tan, based on his book Leading with New Eyes: How Explorer Leaders Unleash Creativity in Their Organizations; McGraw Hill, 2013. To read, click here.

Culture Savvy: Working and Collaborating Across the Globe, paperback book by Maureen Bridget Rabotin. American Society for Training & Development, 2011. For publisher's information, click here.

Reading the World: Acquiring Cultural Synergetic Intelligence in Today's Global Economy, by Maureen Bridget Rabotin. T+D Magazine, February 2009. To read, click here.

Encountering the Chinese: A Modern Country, An Ancient Culture, 200-page book by C. Grove, Hu Wenzhong, & Zhuang Enping; Hachette, 3rd Edition, 2010. For more information on Amazon's webpage, click here.

Two articles on The Pentagram Approach to Stress by Laurent Oddoux and colleagues, 2009 [The pentagram approach is a model for leaders who wish to understand their role as instigators or transmitters of stress and would like to remedy that situation].
Stress and the Pentagram: Action Strategies: to read, click here.
Joint Management and Control of Stress: The Pentagram Model: to read, click here.

Gaining a Critical Edge in Mastering Globalization [about the usefulness of diversity and interculturalism for business leaders trying to master globalization], by C. Grove and GROVEWELL colleagues, Leadership in Action [Center for Creative Leadership], Vol. 27, No. 2, June 2007. To read, click here. Hard-copy offprints of this article are still available from GROVEWELL.

Introduction to the GLOBE Research Project on Leadership Worldwide, by C. Grove. GROVEWELL, 2005. To read, click here.

Global Teamwork & Cultural Differences, by Gary Wederspahn. GROVEWELL, 2005 [a short overview article]. To read, click here.

Getting Results through Organizational Design, by E.C. McGee & Kathy Molloy, Creating High-Performance Organizations, 2003. To read, click here.

The Eighth Key Practice for M&A Success, by C. Grove & W. Hallowell. M&A Review, [e-magazine published in London by Dealogic], Issue 4, July 2001. [No longer on Dealogic's website]. To read, click here.

Building Global Business Relationships: The Roles of Social Capital, Emotional Competence, and Intercultural Communication Skill, by C. Grove. GROVEWELL, 2001, 2015. To read, click here.

Two related articles on e-mail use published in Velocity: Focus Europe [Strategic Account Management Association], by C. Grove, W. Hallowell, & Kathy Molloy. 2nd & 3rd Quarters, 2001.
E-Mail Makes Everything More Efficient...Unfortunately!, 2nd Q. To read, click here.
Protocols Make E-Mail More Effective...Fortunately!, 3rd Q. To read, click here.

How the Learning Organization Manages Change, by Kathleen Molloy, R. Recardo, & J. Pellegrino. National Productivity Review, Winter 1995-96. To read, click here.