Mosaic Global Solutions was founded to help extend collaboration to clients and partners to ensure successful business results between international counterparts, leaders and multinational teams.
A holistic approach brings clients beyond culture, into the intricacies of how international business works. This allows Mosaic to help solve complex people, process, and systemic global challenges.
Consultant, Facilitator, Author
Karen is the founder and president of Mosaic Global Solutions. She is a consultant, facilitator, author and coach with a focus on global leadership and development.
Over the last 20 years, Karen has had the opportunity to work with clients and partners on global projects in 40+ countries across all continents. She has developed and led multinational teams in Europe, the USA and Asia/Pacific.
Karen Cvitkovich, "What Is Global Leadership?", 2011
Karen Cvitkovich, "Linkage Global Conference"
Karen Cvitkovich, "Leading Across New Borders" 2015
This dynamic and interactive 60-120 minute keynote address will provide participants with a framework for thinking about cultural differences through practical strategies for working globally. Participants learn to decode how people think, lead, and get things done, when working in an international environment, and develop strategies to manage these differences effectively.
Intact teams, representing various cultures, will explore cultural similarities and differences that impact day-to-day success. They will also map their cultural similarities and differences utilizing the Culture Map framework and develop strategies for increasing team synergy, facilitating their ability to reach business goals.
Through our research on more than 200 effective global leaders, we have identified 10 key behaviors that help successful global leaders reach their goals. We utilize these behaviors, mapped to your own leadership competencies, to create customized global leadership programs focused on team development strategies.
This session, available in full, half-day and virtual formats, will leverage the Culture Map framework to help participants identify how they are similar and different from their international counterparts. The impact of those differences and strategies can help them to be just as or more successful working globally as they would be in a single-culture setting.
Address: 280 Summer St, Boston, MA. 02210 United States
Phone: +1 857-891-3901