Erin Meyer is an Adjunct Professor in the Organizational Behavior Department at INSEAD. She specializes in the field of Cross-Cultural Management, Intercultural Negotiations, and Multi-cultural Leadership.

Erin teaches in over a dozen INSEAD Executive Management programs including the Advanced Managers Program, the International Executive Program and numerous company specific programs. Erin’s research and consulting services focus on training and coaching expatriates, senior-level executives and multi-national teams to work more effectively in a cross-cultural environment. Her primary work is in the area of cross-cultural leadership development, assisting global leaders to adapt their management style to better motivate teams and achieve business objectives in a wide variety of cultural contexts. Her training programs vary from preparing individuals and teams to work in a specific cultural environment to working with multi-national groups of globally based managers to improve their overall cross-cultural leadership and team effectiveness.

Erin has been working in the field of cross-cultural management for the past 13 years. She studied cross-cultural communication at Northwestern University and international business at INSEAD. Her business experience includes leading multi-cultural teams as the Director of Training and Development at HBOC and as the Regional Director of Business Operations at McKesson Corporation. In addition, Erin spent seven years as the National Director for Aperian Global, an internationally positioned cross-cultural management firm. Other experience includes running a training organization for Asian immigrants in the United States and teaching English students in Botswana. Her clients include companies such as The Coca-Cola Company, L’OREAL, and TNT.