Global Leadership Means You Understand The Global Village

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This morning I was rummaging through my books & papers and happen-upon a program I had started to write but had not finished. Actually, it was an entire training program on Global leadership and facilitation. Not bad material, even if I say so myself .

What struck me was the important reminder of our global make-up. It really does put things into perspective.

I think this is key information we should keep in mind when we are travelling or negotiating with different cultures. I thought this would make a good post that we both could reflect upon. Here goes…

IF A VILLAGE OF 1000 PEOPLE REPRESENTED THE WORLD’S POPULATION THEN…

Fact: Only 51 would represent North America; Only 45 would represent Western Europe. This is less than 10% of the population.

 

Read the rest of this article but first please read my notes.

 

Curators notes – Shirley Williams (The Author) has used a great analogy to help us understand the global scale. If the world was represented by a 1000 people, where would you fit in?
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Content Curator Tom George

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