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In the past, organizations operated in single markets. Foreign challenges were, well, foreign. Today that has changed as companies of all sizes operate across the globe. In many ways, we're all foreign now. How do we communicate and collaborate, often virtually, with people who may have different values and outlooks? More people are working across cultures than ever before, yet up to 70% of foreign ventures fail due to cultural differences.
This is a problem.
The teams that not only survive but thrive in an environment with such tough odds have one thing in common: the ability to adapt. Cultural differences, if not addressed, restrict collaboration, slow communication and make businesses less competitive. Small start-ups all the way to the largest multinationals wrestle with these challenges not only internally, but with their partners and customers.
Leadership Nomad combines research with our decades of sales, marketing and communications experience to help companies focus on growing across this shrinking planet. We do this through workshops, speaking engagements, coaching and consulting.
Our goal is to build global leaders who can adapt and thrive across the planet.
Leadership Nomad uses real-world, relevant tools to help teams adapt to today's global business challenges.
Face your global growth challenges head on by introducing your teams to thought-provoking talks designed to get teams discussing these tricky cross-cultural issues and what they can do to overcome them.
Give your team the tools they need to approach everything from customer service to conflict resolution. Our customized workshops
We help organizations design and deliver strategic communication and collaboration initiatives across the planet.
Contact us to learn more about how we help organizations build strategic global cross-cultural communication initiaitives.
This 4 minute webinar looks at how one company saved a million dollar a year client by using culture data to fix a rather unusual misunderstanding. The story may sound strange but cross cultural miscommunication issues like this happen daily and cost companies fortunes. Here's how to avoid them!
Greg Getty loves his spreadsheets. Spending twelve years within sales teams, he routinely hit his targets by staying disciplined and organized compared to his colleagues. It wasn’t surprising that he rose up the ranks within several tech firms and found himself as the VP of Sales and, when the company expanded overseas, his role went global. It was at this point where something went wrong.
Singapore’s 2018 Budget includes a new Enterprise Development Grant (EDG) designed to help firms internationalise. This is welcome news, but with today’s growing climate of global protectionism and fragmentation, it will take more than grants and tax breaks to help firms navigate overseas expansion in this post-globalisation era.
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