What does it mean to be an expat manager, particularly those from Asia, who is responsible for managing a team in the U.S.? Which challenges should we watch out for? How should our organizations prepare expat managers?
—Putting the 'Multi' in Multicultural, training adviser, software/services, Edison, New Jersey
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