Business people meeting, interacting, communicating across beyond their internal work environment.
Corporate Relations Network™
and introducing our favorite charity:
Zurich-based Angela Weinberger, owner GlobalPeopleTransitions, and author #TheGlobalMobilityWorkbook. “Dear Ed, It’s Saturday morning here and I just had my first coffee and the first topic on my mind was how you managed to make a connection yesterday with most of the people on the call. I was so fascinated by it.
I have to say, I’m not a very spontaneous speaker but yesterday I talked freely and about a lot of personal stuff which goes completely against my German nature. This was because you created a circle of trust and an open atmosphere where sharing was more important than coming across as “intelligent” or well-read.
I would like to thank you for creating this feeling and I hope you will have a lot of downloads. We are looking forward to sharing the links in our weekly newsletter. It usually goes out on Mondays.”
NOTES for further info/exploration.
Angie’s blog posts: part 2 https://bit.ly/2yS04xg and part 1https://bit.ly/3gIMwoT We are working on Part 3 right now.
Lena Rekdal, Immigration & Relocation Expert, Founder of Global Mobility firm, est. 1995 at NIimmersion AB
AUG 5; A timely TalkShowTV hosted by Ed Cohen’s Global Business News! Ed’s invited a 🌟cast of Global Mobility heavy hitters & I was included as VIP guest – note not speaker!
Michael Piker, Amsterdam
Angela Lane, Chicago
Mark Naidicz, Chicago
Sandrine Bardot, Dubai
Steven Howard, Mexico City
Here’s some elevated conversation recap;
⏰Jobs will move to people – not vice versa
👌Crisis bring people together
🌺Expat assignment ROI is difficult to measure, longterm network is a +
🏠Managers struggle w remote teams cultural differences
🌟Self awareness opportunities when #WFH
🏠Hybrid office #WFH/WFA preferred
🌔Compliance a beast for #WFA
🌸Living in a country enables wise management decisions
🌼Communication & honest feedback essential
Global Mobility is expensive & co’s are reconsidering cost base overall.
What do you think – will jobs move to people or will people continue to move to jobs and if yes – Why?
PS, Don’t miss my talk Aug 31st on Global TV with Ed hosting; abt Remote Work/Future of Work