Engaging Internationally

Test It! Lessons we are Learning

February 28, 2017

I continue to work on a global project that focuses on the significant change that is impacting the civil society / NGO sector and developing and testing some new initiatives to address these changes which I first introduced on my blog last year. This work of the project is being done by diverse and global …

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Five ways to engage internationally in 2017

January 17, 2017

  • Widen your horizons – The divisions between national and global have blurred. One result of this is that it is even easier to find information that can be helpful in your work from around the globe.  Looking for some new ideas?  Someone dealing with challenges similar to your own? Widen your horizons. Here are two
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As 2016 becomes 2017…

December 20, 2016

In the end of the year summary tradition, I have revisited some of my most popular posts and some of those I have shared from other sites.

In case you missed them, some of my most popular posts of the past year included:

  • Test It!
  • The Practice of Cultural Sensitivity

Some highlights I shared this …

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Using the Sustainable Development Goals as a Global Gateway

November 30, 2016

When I first started working on the concept of international engagement in the 1990’s it was a relatively uncommon concept.  There were local, national and international organizations and they were each seen to have their own proscribed (geographic) areas of interests, and stakeholders.  The boundaries began to blur a little in the late 1990’s and …

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Global work and travel

October 25, 2016

I gave a presentation recently on some tips for traveling and working globally.  For most of the readers of this blog these will just be a reminder, for others there may be some new ideas, but I thought they would be worth sharing.

  • Be open and flexible – be willing to do things you might
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