“Live life Globalisciously!” How to with Patricia Malidor-Coleman
Release Date: 01/11/2023
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Patricia Malidor Coleman, due to a long career in the Travel Industry & Hospitality, specializes in International Business, Cross-Cultural consulting and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion training in various fields such as International Education, Global Mobility, Global Corporate Compliance, Global Talent acquisition and Management. She has studied, taught and done business internationally for over 30 years. Ms. Coleman is very well acquainted with the various behavioral science profiles encountered in diverse market place locally and globally due to her personal life experience, rich ethnic heritage and diversified career achievements. She is a dual citizen of France and the USA.
She has developed and delivered various training, seminar and workshop sessions for study abroad, expatriate executives relocating overseas with their families, companies aiming at penetrating international markets, reaching a diverse clientele, providing multicultural service excellence, or managing a diverse workforce.
Much of her work has been combined with a highly trusted consulting practice for educational institutions in support of international student integration, global companies worldwide assisting in working effectively with virtual teams across cultures, talent development and management in cultural competence, global implementation of franchises, careful integration of mission statement, marketing programs and procedures in respect to local culture.
Learn more about Patricia and connect with her here:
IG @azworldconnect @Miss Globaliscious