Vicki Flier Hudson
Chief Collaboration Officer
Expertise: Virtual teams, offshoring partnerships, India, North America, Western Europe
Vicki Flier Hudson is the Chief Collaboration Officer for Highroad Global Services, Inc, a company that offers skills training and coaching for global virtual teams, expatriates, and leaders across borders. Vicki has helped countless mid to large-sized corporations have successful operations between Asia, Europe, and North America, delivering high-impact, interactive webinars that build collaboration. Vicki has been featured on NBC News, and her articles have been published in a variety of magazines. She is the author of the book Zen and the Art of Offshoring: How to Build a Collaborative and Profitable Team with Your Partners in India, and a recipient of Kennesaw State University’s Instructor of the Year award for International Programs. Vicki is a certified administrator of the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) and the Cultural Detective methodology, and a trained coach through CTI (Coaches Training Institute).
Previously, in Atlanta, Georgia, Vicki supervised and conducted training for Distribution and Manufacturing for Immucor, Inc., a worldwide blood bank automation company with affiliates throughout the globe. She also spent several years as a software analyst in the company’s I.T. department. Vicki has lived and/or worked in Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Nepal and Thailand. She has survived a fifty-five hour train ride across India and ridden rickshaws, camels, a cement truck, and buses all over the globe. She has traveled in several countries including Austria, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, England, Greece, Israel, Jordan, Mexico and Panama.
Vicki has brought webinars and cultural competency programs to Procter & Gamble, CIBA Vision, Ceridian Corporation, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Siemens Healthcare, Emory University School of Medicine, Philips Electronics, The Carter Center and many more.