What do clients say?

The International Coach Federation (ICF)

 

I became aware of the work of Terrance Barkan CAE and GLOBALSTRAT through ASAE and learned about the quality work and thought leadership that they offered. 

The growth of the International Coach Federation (ICF) had been significant for many years but we had a problem focusing our efforts for the best long-term outcomes. As always, the opinions within leadership were plentiful and the possible directions that were considered were rather diverse. Our Board of Directors was certain that it was the time to engage a knowledgeable, experienced and unbiased party to help us to develop a plan.

GLOBALSTRAT was one of the several groups responding to our request. Based on the thoroughness of that proposal and a deep understanding of the issues we were facing, it was clear that they were the right partner in this endeavor.

Terrance and his team conducted a lot of research independently of the information we provided them. They were very attentive to the needs and desires of the staff and the Board for information, input or explanation. The plan they designed for us was very comprehensive and provided us with a detailed and specific roadmap on how to continue our growth globally. 

The plan called for some strong positions and necessary actions that by some may have been considered unpopular. GLOBALSTRAT was persistent. They used sound logic and business reasoning to support their recommendations. As a result, they managed to convince  the Board to pursue the plan. 

We are glad they did – three years later we are still observing an unprecedented growth worldwide, our retention rates continue to increase, even with an increase in membership dues, and the sharper focus of the organization seems to be attracting more professional and seasoned coaches as members.

GLOBALSTRAT, with their experience, expertise, industry insights and a track record of always staying current in the affairs of global associations is a proven resource for anybody who plans to grow internationally or for those that want to strengthen their international presence.

 

 


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Nov132010

Hot, Flat and Crowded

"Hot, Flat and Crowded" by Thomas Friedman, 2008, Farrar, Straus and Giroux ISBN978-0-374-16685-4Key Concepts:
Faced with limited resources, a growing population and an ever faster growth of global consumption, the world faces new pressures and tensions, leading to a potential conflict over a limited pool of resources if solutions are not found.

This follow-up to the "World is Flat" series (versions 1.0, 2.0 and 3.0) focuses on the issues of limited resources, climate change and the potential impacts these issues will have for the global community. Technology and the ingenuity of man will be the solution to the problem and this represents an opportunity for associations to play a key role. 

Why is this important for associations?
This book highlights the role that technology will continue to play as a source of solution for the most pressing problems we face globally. Associations play a key role in educating business, governments and the public at large about innovation and science-based solutions to global issues as well as creating a global community of advocates for postive and peaceful change.  
 

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