Category Archives: Emerging Trends

How Neuroscience is Creating “a Brain New World”


By Manie Bosman “The gene was the central issue in biology in the 20th century. The mind is the essential issue for biology in the 21st century.” – Eric Kandel At the risk of coming over as arrogant or self-conceited … Continue reading

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What We Learn About Cross-Cultural Communication By Staring at the Moon


By Manie Bosman I regularly present seminars via *Virtual Classroom for participants all over the globe – the United States, Netherlands, France, Germany, Romania, Spain, the United Kingdom, Turkey, India, Japan, China, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia and Australia – to name but … Continue reading

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10 Critical Skills Required to Lead Effectively in a Globalized World


By Manie Bosman Fifty years ago, in many countries, cultural diversity in the workplace probably referred to a handful of employees speaking with a slight accent who preferred to have home-cooked soup in a flask instead of a burger and … Continue reading

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About Dead Horses, Arabs and Following the EVIDENCE


By Manie Bosman Two of the most common mistakes managers and leaders make is to either desperately cling to the practices and theories which served them well in the past, or to fall for every new hype and fad that … Continue reading

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