Client intake forms are important. Most coaches and consultants should have them and be using them – and using them effectively. Cultural Mixology was happy to share some tips for coaches on how to effectively use intake forms for this article on the awarenow blog!
Cultural Mixology was pleased to be quoted in the TollFreeForwarding.com blog post on UK vs US: Understanding Communication Differences at Work. Take a look to see how we explain some of these cultural differences.
Check out this interview with Cultural Mixology founder and entrepreneur Jamie Gelbtuch as she shares what inspires her, how she stays focused, and more!
Many cross-cultural trainings bought in the corporate world are the right solution to the wrong problem and yield low return on investment. When a multicultural team is not performing well, culture easily becomes the scapegoat. The team’s issues, however, are not necessarily the result of a lack of cultural knowledge.
Outsourcing is difficult to define – Wikipedia needs forty words, the Oxford English Dictionary takes twenty – and the actual experience is no less messy. Nowadays, a myriad of contractors, gig workers and third-party specialists move in and out of frame, are expected to liaise – often internationally – all in the name of diversity of thought. In the boardroom, this can present an overwhelming proposition, but isn’t outsourcing just collaboration?
When a conference presenter looks out on a room of association professionals, he or she is likely to see a multicultural mix of people. In fact, today’s typical meeting or conference is a dramatically different place than it was just 10 or 15 years ago as the U.S. population continues to become more diverse. In addition, as more associations are going global, planners and attendees are experiencing global cultures in new ways.