If you want to catch our wandering band of senior training consultants in person over the coming week or so, where’s the best place to find them? Europe Phil Stockbridge still maintains that his trip next week to Alton Towers, a fun theme park in the UK, is for business purposes only – and as we’ve […]
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The latest in the series of videos from Global Integration is by Kevan Hall, author, speaker and CEO of Global Integration, and covers the thorny issue of the balance between trust and control. Abridged transcript: One of the key challenges that we (Global Integration) have found in managing matrix, virtual and global teams and organizations […]
Continuing our series of business travel blogs, we promised last week to take up on the friendly traveller story. The moment you take a job working in a global context, it’s impossible to avoid business travel. One of consultant Peter Guendlig‘s submitted tips for on the plane was: Be open. The person next to you in the […]
Continuing our business travel blogs for global workers series, we’ve now arrived at the hotel. These are the three generic tips we picked as most useful for a better business stay. Short, but sweet! 1. Check out the night before to avoid the queue in the hotel in the morning (Peter Guendlig) 2. Switch off […]
Source: www.global-integration.com via Global on Pinterest We’ve been updating some of the fantastic images that we’ve had sent back by the training consultants over the past month or so, and there are some great images amongst them, showing just how engaged our amazing team keep our delegates – and even one of a […]
If you want to catch up with any of our senior consultants face to face, here’s where they’ll be over the next couple of weeks. If they’re in your neighborhood and you’d like to meet whilst they’re close, do reach out to them directly, or call your closest regional office and let us take the […]
We asked our team for hints and tips for business travel, a necessity at some point for almost anyone who’s working in a global context. Consultant Tony Poots came up with a great list of very personal tips for making the time ‘on board’ more pleasant, and we thought it merited a post of it’s […]
Today we continue our business travel series, and this time, you’re on a plane. You’ve made it to and through the boarding gate. How do you make the next few hours more comfortable? When we asked our training consultants for their business travel trips, these are just a few of those they came up with: […]
It’s been very hard saving this post up for our Friday blog (Friday’s the day when let ourselves talk about ourselves rather than our subject matter), but…. Global Integration has been shortlisted for an award in the Guardian Small Business Exchange Best Practise cashflow category, and we’re delighted. Our original entry appeared in the Guardian in […]
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and our US team will, along with many others, be celebrating with a day off spent, for the most part, with family. Thanksgiving is celebrated in numerous places, but on different dates, and with a slightly different cultural meaning and way of celebrating. Thanksgiving USA Because we have a team based out […]
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