Marshall Lee at Global Integration
We had a heart stopping moment at Global Integration this week. When we looked at Google Analytics, the programme that tells you what visitors from Google to your website are looking for – we check regularly to ensure we’re keeping our finger on the pulse – it was showing something very odd.
Instead of people visiting us for what we’d expect – matrix management, global working, and virtual working related matters – many people visiting us were looking for ‘Marshall Lee’.
It took a moment to work out what was happening: Marshall Lee is a manga style Adventure Time cartoon character, a heavy rock music loving vampire who can float on air. (Read about him: here).
We relaxed when we realised what the confusion was. One of our training consultants is Joff Marshall Lee, sharing his surname with the friendly looking vampire.
If Joff has a secret life as a vampire, he’s not owning up to it, and although we know our training consultants have superpowers on the training front, he hasn’t yet mastered floating on air – yet!
He does, however, now have his own cartoon – Marshall Lee style.
Cartoon: Cat Cooper, Rogue Heart Illustration
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