Linda Brimm is Emeritus Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, teaching both in the MBA and executive programmes. Along with her teaching responsibilities, Dr. Brimm created and ran the psychological service for the MBA programme at INSEAD. Trained as a clinical psychologist, she also works with both individuals and families at a centre she co-founded in Paris.

She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Psychoanalysis from the Université of Paris. Her undergraduate degree is from Cornell University, her Master's Degree is from Northeastern University, and she completed a postgraduate program in clinical psychology at Hebrew University in Israel.


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    Career Principles

    • Introduction

    • Learning from students

    • The global mindset and an attitude towards learning

    • Defining ‘home'

    • The writing process

    • Common traits amongst global citizens

    • Establishing Yourself in a totally unknown context

    • Becoming a global entrepreneur

    • Do global citizens have a personality type? Is it a gendered experience?

    • Advice for people who want to become global citizens