I had the pleasure of spending last week in Denver, Colorado working side by side with productivity expert Laura Stack and becoming a Certified Productivity Pro® Consultant (CPPC). I’ve been a big fan of Laura’s for years, and I’ve used her materials throughout my career. So I’m very excited to share her curriculum with admins worldwide!
As I was preparing for this trip, I was really focused on my certification – so much so that I neglected to do any research on my destination. I totally forgot about it until a friend picked me up from the airport and started giving me a tour of the Colorado Springs and Pike’s Peak areas. I quickly realized that I knew nothing about the area, and I would’ve missed an opportunity to get to know the area if it hadn’t been for my friend.
I was lucky to have my own personal tour guide, but it was a good reminder that, whether you (or your executive) are traveling domestically or internationally, it’s important to investigate the destination. From things to do to restaurants to health related information – doing a little research before you leave can help you benefit more from the trip both personally and professionally. This week’s feature article highlights some of the things you can do to prepare for international business travel. You can also find a lot of international travel etiquette tips and advice on our Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages. I’d also love to hear your travel etiquette advice and stories – please feel free to share them on our social media page or send them via email.
Supporting your administrative success,
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