Erin Meyer

Thématics : Intercultural project management – Economy and Finance
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Erin Meyer specializes in intercultural management and negotiations and multicultural leadership. She is a professor at INSEAD, one of the world’s leading international business schools.
Her work focuses on how the most successful world leaders deal with the complexities of cultural differences in a multicultural environment.
Meyer offers a forward-thinking vision through practical strategies to improve the effectiveness of projects around the world.
Living and working in Africa, Europe and the United States has inspired Erin Meyer to study communication models and business systems in different parts of the world. His experience allows international leaders to identify their leadership preferences and compare their methods with those of other cultures. Meyer has taught thousands of executives from 5 continents to question themselves and work more effectively within cultural differences. She has published articles in Harvard Business Review, Singapore Business Times and
Meyer’s forthcoming book offers a practical and timely perspective on an urgent business issue: how to unleash the potential of cultural differences to improve efficiency and promote objectives. His work on cultural differences will be of interest to all those who interact with friends and colleagues from different countries.
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