BI Activities

    It’s been a busy few months for the BI team, some of our activities include

-Assisting the Australian Olympic Committee, Team and Section Managers and Australian Swim Team with cross-cultural issues prior to the Beijing Olympics;

-Consulting with numerous corporate clients focusing on cross-cultural leadership and management;

-Delivering training programs for Federal Government Departments on effective cross-cultural service delivery;

-Presenting at the Ernst and Young Global Mobility Series in Sydney and Melbourne, and at the ‘Engaging with Asia’ Asia Education Foundation conference in Adelaide;

-Delivering cross-cultural ‘Train-the-Trainer’ programs for trainers in Sydney and London prior to working in Asia; and

-Participating in the 2020 summit

We were delighted to have an in-house India update for our team delivered by Kama Maclean. Kama is a Lecturer in South Asian and World History in the School of History at the University of New South Wales. Her insights on India were invaluable.

Tamerlaine has also been appointed to the NSW Asian Business Advisory Council.

Photo: Vlado

About the Author:

Tamerlaine Beasley is an expert who enables effective collaboration and communication in diverse and global workplaces.She is a member of the Board of the Australia-ASEAN Council for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and founder and Managing Director of Beasley Intercultural, Australia’s premier cross-cultural training and consultancy company.Tamerlaine’s keynote presentations, advisory services and training programs are described by clients as ‘transformational’ and ‘game changing’. Examples of her work include: coaching and advising business leaders in Australia and Asia; working with global teams to optimise performance; developing a framework for training and capability building through international partnerships for APEC; building local staff capacity at the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific; leading the development of diversity and inclusion programs for the Australian Public Service Commission and the Department of Defence.