HELPING FORWARD THINKERS SUCCEED
It’s been another busy time for GCM and its directors:
CONNECTING IRELAND AND AUSTRALIA
Simon Haigh is returning to Dublin, Ireland next month after 10 years in Oz. Simon will head up the GCM Irish office. Co-director Matt Nile will become Managing Director of GCM Australia. GCM has become a preferred consultant to Austrade for inbound and outbound UK/Irish and Australian trade.
Simon’s e-book- Dealmaking for Corporate Growth- The 7P Approach to Successful Business Deal Execution, was published by Nubooks of Ireland. It’s available on Amazon. World-leading business thinker and author of such best-selling works as Triggers and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There, Marshall Goldsmith, wrote the foreword to the book.
The book has been very well received globally including:
- Ireland: reviewed in Business & Finance magazine
- Indonesia: at Knowledge Indonesia Forum, at Prasetiya Mulya Business School and at a special meeting with former Central Bank Governor Abdullah Burnahuddi
- Australia: reviewed in Australian Institute of Management’s Leader magazine and as presented at the NIFNEX Entrepreneurs Symposium
For further details see simonhaigh.com or contact email@example.com
NEW MARSHALL GOLDSMITH STAKEHOLDER CENTRED LEADERSHIP COACHING CAPABILITIES AT GCM
Simon is now a MGSCC Executive Coach, combining expertise across technology, professional services, tourism and hospitality, resources/utilities, consumer products, local government and not for profit sectors. In doing so, Simon provides coaching with guaranteed measurable outcomes and is available to do so in UK, US, Ireland, Australia, Indonesia and China.
GCM is delighted to continue working with Australia’s South West on governance issues and with Aussie Orientation Services in relation to an up and coming business travel venture.
GCM is also delighted to be developing working relationships with:
CONNECTING IRELAND & INDONESIA
We’re very honoured to be collaborating with Indonesian business and financial advisors PT Jaringan Mas Nusantara to build trade between Ireland and Indonesia. We’ve already developed solid links with the Irish and Indonesian trade missions in Dublin, London and Jakarta and have taken an Irish tech company into the Indonesian market.
Here’s to 2017. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to connect with us.