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What Is Global Leadership?

August 30, 2019 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

What Is Global Leadership? Working in the corporate sector gives me great access to the latest business buzz words. They come and go about every couple of years, and some of them are more useful than others. Remember when you couldn’t walk down a company hallway without hearing the word “synergy?” I personally like some ...

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Political Correctness vs. Inclusion: What’s the Difference?

October 25, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

In the current political climate I have received a lot of questions about political correctness (PC). Clients sometimes ask, “If I am always thinking about what to say and what not to say, isn’t that just political correctness? Seems like a waste of time!” I’ve also heard this concern: “Everyone these days seems to get ...

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The Culture of Rush: Thoughts on Inclusion and Exclusion

August 30, 2018 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

In honor of Rush’s guitarist Alex Lifeson’s birthday, I have updated a blog originally published in September of 2012. In September of 2012 I saw my favorite band, Rush in concert from the 7th row center. To top it off, Erin, my precious friend of twenty-five years and a relatively new Rush fan at the ...

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Work/Life Integration: Two Lessons for the Cross-Cultural Workforce

October 30, 2015 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Work/Life balance. Countless books have been written about the subject, and I’ve attended countless workshops whose aim was to help me achieve that goal. I hear the phrase across corporate wellness programs and in networking circles. But what does it mean? The definitions of work/life balance abound. I’ve heard everything from “the proper prioritization of ...

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The Culture of Rush – Part One: Thoughts on Inclusion and Exclusion

September 27, 2012 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

This past weekend was magical for me, and I still feel like I’m walking on clouds and diamonds. Why? Because I saw my favorite band, Rush in concert from the 7th row center. To top it off, Erin, my precious friend of twenty-one years and a relatively new Rush fan,  came with me. While Erin ...

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