Politely Say No to US Clients

Have you ever been in a situation where you were in a conversation with a US client and needed to say no, but instead did not say anything because you did not know how to politely say no or push back? Well, today I am going to teach you a few formulas and phrases you can […]

ICF Core Competency Area A: Setting the Foundation

Written by: Jennifer Kumar (Managing Director, head Coach of Authentic Journeys)  As I prepare for the PCC – mid level ICF credentialing exam (known as the cka- coach knowledge assessment), I’d like to share some of my insights around how the ICF core competencies apply to me as a coach. In this post, I’d like to talk […]

Pioneer Day: A Holiday Unique to Utah

We moved to Utah on July 4, America’s Independence Day. We moved into our new apartment on Pioneer Day, July 24.   “Pioneer Day?” I wondered, “What’s that? I have never heard of it before!”  I heard there would be fireworks and a parade. We loved the 4th of July fireworks show we saw from […]

How Can a Cross-Cultural Leadership Coach Help You?

When do you need a cross-cultural leadership coach and business strategist?     Answer: Depends on the person and situation! Below are 15 reasons international-minded professionals such as you seek assistance from a cross-cultural leadership coach or a cross-cultural business strategist. This list is not exhaustive. I work with Americans, but am not a US […]

American Culture and Language Blogs with High SEO

Back in May, I posted the first blog on American culture and language blogs with high SEO. That blog has been a pretty popular blog, so I thought to create another blog on the same topic. First, I will highlight some blogs that were not highlighted in the previous post, then follow up with how […]

Small Talk Improves Relationships with US Clients

Are you looking for a way to get in your client’s good graces?  Do you sit in your team in India and wonder why, though you have worked for months or even years with your US counterpart, but you still can’t seem to break through and handle the challenging conversations? Do you feel frustrated that […]

Mistakes US Clients Make in Virtual Meetings

Regardless of location, [percieved] status, or any other factor, our global colleagues make mistakes in meeting facilitation as so many of us have not been trained in best practices. In this post, I’d like to talk about mistakes US clients make in virtual meetings with solutions. The reason I’d like to focus on mistakes made […]

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