Join George Kesselaar and Marco as they explore the complexities of intercultural consulting and how to successfully facilitate positive behavior change in people in this global world.
George Kesselaar is a seasoned corporate transformation specialist with 25 years of executive level experience in Big 4 consulting firms and deep experience in managing strategic change, human resources transformation, high-performance learning journeys, and executive compensation in Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, and Southern Africa.
Currently, he is a PhD candidate at the Graduate School of Business of the University of Cape Town, investigating antecedents to change supportive behavior during large-scale organizational change interventions through the lens of worldviews.
You can get in touch with George Kesselaar at: email@example.com.
In this episode you will learn --
How to build a community where people 'can find one another'
How to use culturally agile consulting to frame solutions in a way that allows the solutions to succeed in different environments
How deep worldview structures impact change management processes and how an inter-cultural intelligence framework gives a neutral language to deepen conversations about cultural landscapes
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