Career Development International: Volume 4 Issue 6


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Re‐conceptualizing career change: a career development perspective

Maurice M. Grzeda

In addressing environmentally induced career change, the career development practitioner is better informed by a career development model than more traditional approaches. The…


The key pieces of the career survival and success puzzle

Jack L. Simonetti

Explores the key pieces of today’s career survival and success puzzle. A survey of more then 5,000 managers (both stateside and internationally, and from CEOs to supervisors) was…


Seniority‐based promotion in Thailand: it’s time to change

Atefeh Sadri McCampbell, Channarong Jongpipitporn, Imran Umar, Surin Ungaree

Defines and compares the differences in management styles and performance measures in Eastern and Western global business operations. The cultural differences between Thailand and…


A structured exercise for stimulating cross‐cultural sensitivity

Robert Loo

Illustrates the utility of a structured exercise using Cushner’s (1986) Inventory of Cross‐Cultural Sensitivity (ICCS) along with supplementary questions in stimulating…


Beyond technical competence: the art of leadership

James T. Scarnati

Discusses three attributes of leadership that are beyond technical competence. Defines “Displaying moral courage” as having the conviction and fortitude to stand up for what you…


Developing management competencies for fast‐changing organisations

Andrew May

Business strategies are reformulated constantly as organisations respond to competitors’ actions and changes in business technology. Changed strategies require supporting…

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  • Dr Jennifer A. Harrison