Skills everyone needs to work across cultures and the future of global work
Kyle Hegarty, the Managing Director at Leadership Nomad, a training and consulting firm that helps teams improve how they communicate and grow into foreign markets even during an economic downturn joins Enterprise Radio.
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Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kyle Hegarty discuss the following:
- What is a seagull and how can people avoid becoming seagulls when they work with overseas colleagues?
- What advice would you give to someone new to working with people from different markets around the globe?
- Can you talk a bit more about the cross cultural data that exists and how it can help companies and people improve how they work across regions?
- You work with a number of sales teams. How does sales get impacted by cross cultural differences?
- With growing protectionism and borders turning people away (due to the virus, etc) are global teams going to be a thing of the past? What is the future of working globally?
Kyle Hegarty, an expert on cross-cultural leadership who has been called “the Indiana Jones of International Business,” is the Managing Director of Leadership Nomad, a Division of TSL Marketing Singapore that was launched to help companies and teams evolve to face global communication and collaboration challenges. Leadership Nomad offers training and consulting services, as well as keynote addresses that focus on the skills and mindsets needed to help navigate across polarized and complex business environments.
In his role as Asia-Pacific Managing Director at TSL Marketing, Kyle continues to help create new products and offerings, diversify channel sales partnerships, and grow and train his sales and operations teams across the globe. Kyle’s first book on cross-cultural communication, The Accidental Business Nomad: A Survival Guide for Working Across a Shrinking Planet, features real stories of companies going global and highlights the realities of doing business overseas in a post-globalization world.
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