The “bear” necessities of working with Russia

One of my personal professional highlights of 2018 was working in Chelyabinsk, Russia in September. After dealing with the initial scepticism of people at home banging on about nerve agents and spies, I boarded my Aeroflot flight and left the fearmongering media coverage of the Kremlin and Novichok behind me. And the only bear I … Continue reading The “bear” necessities of working with Russia

Changing cultural ballparks

  The art of painless relocation Although there is currently talk of a reduction in the number of international assignments available to employees, which means less relocation, there are still many reasons why people move to another country. It is often more effective and more efficient to train up local talent to provide continuity and sustainability … Continue reading Changing cultural ballparks