Work With US Clients From Offshore

Do you work with US Clients from offshore (sitting in India or elsewhere outside of the US)?    Do you or your team?  Shy away from small talk, only using English for technical discussions?  Speak good, clear, unaccented English, but can benefit from polishing their tone (word choices) when speaking with global team members?  Shy […]

India & USA Cross-Culture Training

Since 2011 have been specializing in India & USA cross-culture training here at Authentic Journeys. The last two years have seen some exciting changes to Authentic Journeys as it moves across the oceans. Actually, Authentic Journeys remains a business entity in India, while it also has been initiated in the USA as well. View the […]

Get to Know Authentic Journeys FAQ

Authentic Journeys helps companies like yours build effective US-India cross border and distributed teams. While a majority of clients are in the IT sector, we also worked with global teams in the financial sector, housing sector, accounting and tax, immigration, media analytics, e-commerce, and education.  Authentic Journeys works with your business to achieve your goals […]

Ensure Trust and Confidence with US Clients

Americans appreciate a structured, timely approach to meetings. It is important to have a well-thought out agenda which is followed by the participants. If a person is absent or late, and the agenda has to be shuffled around or changed in order, assure that this is noted in the beginning of the meeting, which I […]

Building Credibility with US Clients as an India-Based Business

Working with Americans is not necessarily the same as working with Canadians. Jennifer (of Authentic Journeys), standing with the Cabot Solutions Management Team (L to R): Venkata, Shamly, Venkatesh, Pradeep. “As I studied in Canada and had relationships with Canadians, I always wanted to work with Canadians. My impression of this market, though, was not […]

Tips to Work Effectively With Americans: Tips from ThinkPalm

Manoj KP, Director and CEO of ThinkPalm Technologies shares the top ten tips to work successfully with American clients and counterparts.  10 Tips to Work Effectively with US Americans Be clear – if you don’t understand, get clarity, summarize and assure you understand.  Vet all processes upfront   Don’t make assumptions  US counterparts expect transparency  […]

Achievements in Offshore Outsourcing – The QMiS Story

QMiS Systems, an offshore Mortgage Banking technology supported IT/ITeS company started in Kochi, India in February 2013. Growing from a few key people in 2013 to over 40 today (February 2016), the India heads Brito George and Boby Thomas are looking forward to the future and the growth of their operations.    Learn More about […]

Creating Successful Offshore Teams: The Techolution Story

“I have had a lot of positive experiences of India,” said Luv Tulsidas, CEO of Techolution, “As my family originate from India, I used to travel there frequently growing up. Having this experience, I was always curious why Indians who left India seemed to rise to success faster than those who stayed in India. I […]

Personal Space in US Offices (Cross-Cultural Example)

When looking for examples of cross-cultural empathy, there’s no need to look too far away when you have friends from different countries or friends that travel to foreign sites for work. When my Indian friend returned to India after three months of living and working in the U.S.A., I learned from an Indian’s viewpoint some […]

What Does a Cross Cultural Leadership Coach Do?

A Cross Cultural Leadership Coach DOES: Helps you create ideas and solutions. You are in charge of deciding which path (decision) to take.  Helps you keep on track, by providing accountability for your decisions. Keep all your information confidential (doesn’t tell anyone) Interview preparation and career strategy  Review, understand and apply solutions for better cross-cultural […]

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