“This is a must-read book for anyone interested in globalization or, more precisely, how we can develop the ‘global mind.’ This book should be required reading for every MBA and anyone who would claim to be a ‘world citizen.’”

Warren Bennis, Distinguished Professor of Business and author of the recently published Still Surprised: A Memoir of a Life in Leadership

“Crossing cultures to communicate or do business with people whose identities are different from your own is now commonplace. If you have not yet met someone who could be identified as a Global Cosmopolitan, you will in due time. Linda Brimm smartly explores the complexity that exists among people whose identities and skills have been shaped by their global experiences, making this book interesting and relevant for anyone engaged in a multicultural business environment.”

Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Renault-Nissan Alliance

“This book presents a whole new concept of careers and, thereby, becomes one of the most important career development books published in the last decade. If we believe in a growing globalism, then it becomes essential to understand Global Cosmopolitans. This book is a clear and powerful presentation of the many young men and women who make up this new population. This is a must-read for managers and human resource professionals.”

Ed Schein, Professor Emeritus, MIT Sloan School of Management

“Global Cosmopolitans is a ground-breaking book that puts the spotlight on a very unique and important segment of the population, namely business leaders who embody multiple cultures and are uniquely qualified to lead in a multi-cultural global world. The book is a terrific blend of solid academic empirical and conceptual work, along with a handbook for helping Global Cosmopolitans reach their full potential.”

Noel Tichy, Professor of Management and Organizations, University of Michigan and co-author with Warren Bennis of Judgment: How Winning Leaders Make Great Calls

“Linda Brimm offers a novel and insightful investigation of the developmental experiences of people in the corporate world whose life histories cross cultures and national borders. Written in lucid and highly readable prose, this book is filled with carefully observed stories of the people she has studied. It also considers practical means to maximize and make use of the strengths such people bring to their workplaces.”

Ruthellen Josselson, PhD, Professor of clinical psychology, The Fielding Graduate University, and author of Playing Pygmalion: How People Create One Another

“It is important for today’s organizations that face change and diversity at their center of management challenges to understand and maximize the value that Global Cosmopolitans can contribute. Linda Brimm’s book, Global Cosmopolitans, provides the compelling frameworks and stories to address this key issue. The book is provocative and insightful. It is a must-read.”

W. Chan Kim, Professor of Strategy and International Management, INSEAD, and author of Blue Ocean Strategy, and Co-director of the INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy Institute