Online PR News – 17-September-2012 –ManagingAmericans.com, a leading online community focused on American Management Techniques, Workplace Communication Skills and Cross Functional business approaches, announces the addition of Debbie Nicol to its Expert Panel. Nicol, an Australian expatriate, Managing Director of ‘business en motion’ and Creator of ‘embers of the world’ – Dubai, UAE, will be offering advice, facilitating discussions and answering member questions regarding International Management issues and trends, as well as contributing unique training articles on the topic.
Nicol currently partners with the Banking, Logistics, Shipping, Oil, Retail, Automobile, Hospitality, Information Security and Government sectors across Asia, Africa and specializing in Middle East, including Saudi Arabia. With GAC and IATA as key clients, ‘business en motion’ adds value to both large corporations and growing mid-sized companies. ‘embers of the world’, focuses on story-telling as the impetus for self and corporate leadership change, whilst placing reflection and connection at its core.
“We are excited to have Debbie share her experiences working in Europe, Asia and the Middle East in order to help bring clarity to our members when they venture out to do the same. Her background in human resources can help us better understand regional expectations regarding management styles; teaching the difference between imposing what we know, and appreciating step by step integration of our own management techniques.” explains Lisa Woods, President, ManagingAmericans.com
Debbie’s first discussion will be based on verbal and nonverbal communication that is sometimes lost in translation. Located in our International Management Community she will discuss Survival Tips for International Managers. Anyone can view Debbie’s commentary, and members will be able to participate in the discussion.
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