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A New Year, A New Way of Working Together

January 31, 2019 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Happy 2019, Highroaders! I hope the year has started off well for you. While I am not a big fan of New Years resolutions, I do enjoy having a marker on the calendar to reevaluate the way I work. To kick off a great year of working across cultures, time, distance, and mindsets, here are ...

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Let’s Stand Up and Say YES, We’re Biased! Then We’ll Get Things Done

August 29, 2016 by Vicki Flier Hudson 2 Comments

Denial is a powerful force, and human beings are masters at it. This little gremlin comes in many forms. We might avoid having a condition checked out at the doctor because we fear the outcome. We might text and drive thinking “I’ll be careful; I can handle it.” Typically, however, denial leads to negative results. ...

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Ceridian Manager Reveals Best Practices for Offshore Partnership

May 31, 2016 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

I recently had the privilege of speaking with Stephene Netto, Senior Implementation Manager at Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company serving more than 50 countries. Stephene has developed several successful relationships with offshore partners in India, so I thought I would ask her to reveal some of her best practices! We thank Stephene ...

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My Greatest Lesson from 2015: The Power of Thoughts

December 16, 2015 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Writing my end of the year blog is one of my favorite activities. I get to reflect on the year and all of the discoveries it has brought. 2015 was a year of highly tangible results at Highroad Global Services. We worked with several companies to save cost and build better collaboration between U.S. and ...

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Building Bridges: The Two Ingredients You Need for Success across Cultures

September 30, 2015 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

Last week I delivered a keynote presentation at the Texas Payroll Conference in Galveston, Texas. The group of about 500 attendees was a delight, and we had a lively dialogue about working across cultures. At the end of the presentation I read a quote from Dr. Edmund Davis of Harvard University. “Other cultures are not ...

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Europe in Crisis: The Chance to Stop Our Fingers from Pointing

November 2, 2011 by Vicki Flier Hudson No Comment

In today’s blog we will look at how the Euro crisis brings an opportunity to cease finger-pointing and focus on working together. Last night I attended the third annual AmCham (American Chamber of Commerce) Business Day, hosted by AmCham Germany and Bridgehouse Law. This event opened my eyes and confirmed a motto I’ve been a ...