Lisa Howard, an 11-year employee of McDonaldâ€™s Corp., doesnâ€™t speak Mandarin or Cantonese, but with the encouragement she received through the fast-food chainâ€™s womenâ€™s networking group, she packed her bags last October and moved to Shanghai, China, to become general manager of corporate communications for McDonaldâ€™s (China) Co. Ltd. â€śItâ€™s been an incredible opportunity for me,â€ť says Howard, who takes a two-hour language class every Saturday. She expects to be in China for ...
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