Lanie Denslow is a cultural competence and business protocol consultant who founded World Wise Intercultural Training & Resources after observing that culture varies significantly around the world and profoundly influences the conduct of business. An international speaker, (China, England, Germany, Russia, South Africa) she is also the author of World Wise What to Know Before You Go and co-author of Working with Americans. She served as the Director of International Affairs for the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising and as president of Protocol & Diplomacy International. Lanie is a graduate of the Protocol School of Washington, holds a BS from Antioch University and both an MBA and Masters of International Business from Pepperdine University.
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Understanding The 3 Tenets of Company Growth: Culture, Language, and Identity
Companies of all sizes are hiring people anywhere in the world, but many of them are transferring existing processes and policies to a new country or region without understanding the local laws, employee expectations, and cultural differences, and this will simply not do when it comes to growth.
Join a live panel session to learn about how to create strong relationships with colleagues and customers across the globe, and also you will learn:
- Why talent retention and growth start as early as the first interview and into the onboarding process.
- How communication has to change and become asynchronous in the era of remote work.
- How to build a team identity that allows space for diversity and individualism, while encouraging collaboration.