Category Archives: Articles

February 19, 2018

Four Tips to Coach Expats to Success

Publication: ICF Coaching World
Author: Jamie B. Gelbtuch

When it comes to international relocations, expatriates often don’t truly know what to expect until they’re in the thick of it. By then, they’re already behind the learning curve and experiencing cultural transition stress. Symptoms such as sleeplessness, under- or overeating, reduced self-esteem, and even depression are among the most common. If coaching is about facilitating...
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November 8, 2016

Successful Project Management Leadership in a Multigenerational Workplace

Publication: PM World Journal Volume V, Issue 11
Author: Jamie B. Gelbtuch and Conrado Morlan

The English writer George Orwell famously said, “Each generation imagines itself to be more intelligent than the one that went before it, and wiser than the one that comes after it.” The existence of five generations in today’s project management workplace can bring brilliant synergies and frustrations at the same time.  We continue to wrestle...
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March 29, 2016

What Giving Gives with Cultural Mixologist Jamie Gelbtuch

Publication: Daily Bits Of
Author: Mickey Gast

With four foreign languages under her belt, and extensive travels throughout five continents, it’s safe to say that Jamie Gelbtuch knows what she’s doing when it comes to training and coaching in organizations that are faced with multicultural challenges. Jamie also brings to the table the combined powers of a Bachelor degree in business and...
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