The CALL Blog

  • A lesson every business leader could learn from talking to a Peace Corps volunteer

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    Paula Caligiuri
    | Oct 25, 2016
    Peace Corps volunteers can teach us a lot about how to be strong, global leaders. A study conducted by Paula Caligiuri and Dr. Ibraiz Tarique found that the experiences Peace Corps volunteers have helped them develop strong global leadership competencies. Read more about how powerful and how much Peace Corps experiences can teach us.
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  • I stopped asking “Where are you from?” Here's why.

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    Elodie Kwan
    | Oct 11, 2016
    We are so often defined by where we are from. We are put into boxes and categories based on physical features, accents, and place of birth. And unfortunately, more often than not, we get asked “No, where are you REALLY from?” when your original answer didn’t fit your physical appearance. Read about our reflective on Taiye Selasi’s TED talk, “Don’t ask where I’m from, ask where I’m a local.”
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  • The Scapper vs. The Silver Spoon: Which is Better for an International Assignment?

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    Brandreth Canaley
    | Sep 20, 2016
    Sometimes the perfect candidate for an international assignment doesn’t have the perfect résumé. They don't check all the ideal boxes in a résumé screening but they bring something else to the table that is key for international assignments.
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