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Ray daSilva, President, Mobility Exchange, exclusive interview on GLOBALBusinessNews.net, said,
“ECONOMY MOVING AGAIN… and when asked about the impact of the pandemic economy and craziness, he said, “WE’RE IN IT TOGETHER AND WE’LL GET OUT OF IT TOGETHER”. About servicing the customers, Ray added, “It’s about training and retraining; about having a right attitude, showing courtesy, understanding WHY… why people are moving …understanding the need to express empathy”.
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Senior international HR Executive with a passion for learning and transformation
SEP 2’20 Josue Briseno, HRD Americas, SUSE.com: “I can’t thank you enough for having me on GLOBAL TV Talkshow today, it was an honor and I really enjoyed our conversation! Hopefully the information and best HR practices I shared, help other HR practitioners and leaders in their organizations. Best Regards- Josue”.
AUG 28’20, Mohd Abdul Samad, GMS®, Global Assignment Consultant- SIRVA-Hyderabad, Telangana, India; “Hi Ed, Thank you for the Globaltvtalk it was very informative and very interesting topics to hear from top leaders. Thank you MAS”.
Rohit Kumar,Managing Director/Co Owner -Mobility Business at IKAN Relocation Services India Pvt Ltd.” Today’s program very impressive and impactful”.
“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.
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Angie’s blog posts: part 2 https://bit.ly/2yS04xg and part 1https://bit.ly/3gIMwoT We are working on Part 3 right now.