News from Global Dynamics Inc.

GDI To Deliver global diversity Session at 2010 SHRM Diversity Conference

The Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) selected Global Dynamics Inc. to deliver a program called "Taking Diversity Global: Challenges, Strategies and Best Practices" at the 2010 SHRM Diversity Conference in New Orleans Oct. 13th, 2010. Participants will learn about ways to overcome the challenges international corporations face when taking their diversity programs global.

GDI Executives quoted in global forum article on teleworking

The August 2010 issue of the Drug Information Association's (DIA) Global Forum references GDI materials and quotes GDI executives in an article called "Telework: It's Working for Employers and Employees." 

diversity executive features GDI article on training across cultures

The June 8, 2010 issue of Diversity Executive features an article from GDI called "How to Avoid Common Training Pitfalls Across Cultures." The article highlights areas to consider when training across cultures and details tips and questions to consider when preparing to lead a multicultural training program.

GDI Selected for New 2011 Training Magazine Column on Training Best Practices

Launching with the January/February 2011 issue of Training Magazine, Global Dynamics will author a new column on Training Best Practices.

Complimentary Tickets Available for "Put China in Your Business Future"

Global Dynamics Inc. is pleased to announce the availability of complimentary passes to the China business networking and knowledge conference of the year: Put China in Your Business Future. The conference will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 8 at the Cira Centre Philadelphia, the conference has:

  • CEO panels on clean tech/energy
  • Healthcare and life sciences
  • Private equity opportunities in China
  • Lunch keynote
  • China Business Toolbox: a seminar on how to view and approach opportunities to do business with China

To request a complimentary pass, send an email to jhorowitz@global-dynamics.com with "Please sign me up" in the subject line.