Global teams exist to meet organisational goals of reaching overseas markets, servicing clients 24/7, leveraging existing expertise across the company and implementing complex business strategies. They can be multicultural, virtual, work on a specific short-term project or a long-term business effort. Individuals can work in a team either on a full-time or part-time basis. Whatever the shape and size of the global team, its success will depend on a range of factors and training is definitely one of them.
Grooming global teams for success
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Laura Bacci has over 14 years of experience in strategic communications and EU public affairs both in the UK and in Belgium. She has worked for the public sector, a European non-governmental organisation, a trade association and the corporate world. Prior to starting her coaching business, Laura was a director of a global award-winning public affairs and strategic communications agency. She is an accredited coach and a certified member of the International Coach Federation. Her specific areas of expertise lie in coaching cross-cultural and virtual teams, and helping leaders implement change, mostly in the communications and public affairs fields.