This blog was originally published on Linked In by Emma Proud.
Mercy Corps is an organization of 5,000 people. We live in over 40 countries, and speak 26 primary languages. And of course, we all have different cultural backgrounds and personality types. We all learn differently.
How, then, can we design a behavior (and action) change program that works for everyone?
(We are working to support all our teams to embody our culture, ‘think big and disrupt’, and to ‘insist on seeking out new and better ways of doing things.’)
Well, we may all be different, but luckily we have a common denominator, and it sits inside our head:
How can we capitalize on this commonality? What does it look like to design with the brain in mind? Continue reading “Designing Learning in Global Organizations: What Our Brain Can Teach Us”