Stressed out with all this “Globalization”?


My good friend, Terrye Nelson, has partnered with a couple of international organizational behavior heavyweights in writing this timely book.

Rabi Bhagat is one of the most internationally recognized and highly published professors of business at the University of Memphis. Jim Segovis is the former Senior Deputy Director of the U.S. Department of Treasury. Terrye, currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Memphis has substantial experience in industry, including 9 years as Sr.V.P. at First Horizons National Bank.

If you are feeling stressed out about globalization, I proudly recommend Work Stress and Coping in the Era of Globalization.

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One response to “Stressed out with all this “Globalization”?

  1. Cassandra

    Globalization in today’s society is a vast and growing concept. Yes, it has been around for years, however it keeps growing and reaching new markets. As a college student, it can be a stressful reality to grasp because it’s a new world we are or will be working in. We can absolutely take advice from our parents and peers, but if they started in the workforce twenty or thirty years ago many things have changed since then. Therefore, my advice is to embrace globalization or at least have a general understanding about it. When I was first learning about globalization it did seem a little intimidating, but now I realize I’m not the only person who feels this way. It’s an ever changing world we live in and this is just simply a part of it; hold on and try to enjoy the ride!

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