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Merry Christmas to All

Pete Earthlé, IdeasNConversations @IdeasN

Please enjoy the presence of your family and friends with foods, music, meaningful conversations, fun-filled celebrations during this Christmas Season.

Thank you all for your engagements, Merry Christmas.

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“We Are and Always Be a Nation of Immigrants; We Were Strangers Once, too!”

By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach

“We are a nation of Immigrants in the United States of America” “We Were Strangers Once, too”

In the next few weeks, immigration will be the focus of debates among Americans and their international friends across platforms and media; because the US Supreme Court will begin their oral arguments about the case U.S. versus Texas. It is a topic that ignites tensions that are highly political.

In fact, the 2016 presidential candidates have started debating it by offering their personal views and preferences as a tool of influencing votes in their favor. Instead of looking through opportunities and creating together better society of integrated immigrants across cultures.

In connection to that case, the group of corporate leaders signed the Brief, requesting the US Supreme Court to support President Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration, “that temporarily protect some undocumented immigrants from deportation and gives them the ability to legally work in the United States”.

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s Co-Founder & CEO publicly announced yesterday via his Facebook page (see below) that he and other corporate leaders have signed the Brief.

For anyone who would like to participate in encouraging the US Supreme Court Justices to support President Obama’s Executive Action on Immigrants, please click on the following link“Stand with Business Leaders and Support Immigrant Families”

In 2014, President Obama expressed his passionate remarks on Immigration during his Address to the Nation. Please see a part of his remarks below:

“My fellow Americans, we are and always will be a nation of immigrants. We were strangers once, too. And whether our forebears were strangers who crossed the Atlantic, or the Pacific, or the Rio Grande, we are here only because this country welcomed them in, and taught them that to be an American is about something more than what we look like, or what our last names are, or how we worship. What makes us Americans is our shared commitment to an ideal -– that all of us are created equal, and all of us have the chance to make of our lives what we will. – President Barack Obama, Remarks by the President in Address to the Nation, November 20, 2014.

Indeed, this is a topic that requires discussion but let us rise above the politics of it and as educated professionals with common sense. Our American immigration system needs a reform to align with the needs and situations of the 21st Century. Like every other nation internationally, they consider immigration as vital source of economic growth and development.

Today, all nations are evolving towards competitiveness; there are shortages of people’s competency to perform jobs, the family unit that needs to be integrated culturally and become a part of global economy. Immigrants need to be welcomed as an integrated part of our own Americanism. How could America compete with the rest of the world, if we remain in a mindset that is narrowly focused and ignores the impact of globalization where immigration is a vital part of it?

The families who are willing to partake in the American economy, participate in our democratic system, become real American resident or even citizen like everyone else; however many of them don’t have legitimate documentation because our immigration system do not allow them to become a part of our ‘Americanism’. They worked hard to be a part of our American living. They played vital roles in our communities. Their children studied with their best to become among the future of the United States. They deserve equal respect and dignity. Let’s welcome them as Americans not labeling them as ‘unfit strangers forever’.

“Are we a nation that kicks out a striving, hopeful immigrant like Astrid, or are we a nation that finds a way to welcome her in? Scripture tells us that we shall not oppress a stranger, for we know the heart of a stranger –- we were strangers once, too.” – President Obama

This article first appeared at ReloNavigator’s Newsletter, published on March 10, 2016.

Experiencing issues that are hard to solve due to inadequate competency? We will be glad to help you in augmenting the gap of your competency; ReloNavigator’s experienced team will help you acquire the needed competency. 

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Inconveniences of the New Change

By: IdeasNConversations @IdeasN

Change is a constant part of living. When you don’t welcome realities and consequences of change, then you are living in the world of fantasy. Pick a book about change and it will tell you the same concept in many different ways.

Everyone welcomes the so called ‘twenty first century’ and tout about New Year’s Resolutions. However, when it comes to ‘change’ the fear of such change overshadows every thing that relate to new century. We are surrounded with so many things that are antiquated; people’s mindset, organizational hierarchy, politicking, capitalism at work, secularism, belief systems, business practices and many others.

The image below illustrates the 4 main reasons why people are afraid of change:

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Experiencing issues that are hard to solve due to inadequate competency? We like to hear from you; ReloNavigator’s International Leadership and Competency Development will help you acquire the needed competency. 

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Readiness in Exploiting the Opportunities of 2016

By: IdeasNConversations @IdeasN

Post celebration of the New Year’s arrival, the popular questions that comes out is about New Year’s Resolutions. Particularly when you meet a friend, peer, colleague and others after the New Year’s day. For some it is a matter of a ‘conversation breaker’ or something to talk about one’s personal goal during the new year.

At any rate, by taking a stride in exploiting opportunities ahead would be the best technique. Regardless of one’s situation there are positive opportunities of the new year just like the message illustrated in the image below.

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Business wise, in the Twenty First Century such a resolution is viewed as old tradition, others don’t pay attention about it.

The most essential activity on the first week of work after the new year is a meeting about what went wrong in 2015 and what options can be done to improve those failures with an intent of better successes.

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ReloNavigator’s business is creating results for our clients. Return on investment is important, and our successes are demonstrated internationally and across industries.

When you are involved with international businesses and experiencing issues that are hard to solve, ReloNavigator can assist you in solving them.

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Honoring Our Circle of Influencers Within Two Years

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

We are recognizing your unselfish acknowledgement of our insights, views, initiatives and social interactions. It  has been a highlight to us at ReloNavigator. We are humbled continuously by your expression of modern collaboration approach and the mutually-driven support of each other via our socially engaged media platforms.

This Special Tribute is a token of our appreciation to everyone who have engaged with us from Sept 2013 up to the present time. Our entire international teams will continue to complement those engagements with you.

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“In this Anniversary, we are very happy to celebrate with you; the mutually achieved accomplishments with clients, business partners, our audience, social media circles of influences, and networks internationally. ReloNavigator has been privileged of knowing and purging ethical and responsible business relationships with individuals and businesses that demonstrate the values that we care.

In the years to come, we will continue to strengthen what we have started including our across cultures adventures.

“We are the platform of unique strategies that are relevant to people, cultures, leadership, competency, communication and high performance organization. Once again, Thank you.” – said Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Founder & Principal, ReloNavigatorTM; Chair, IBBAsSM(International Businesses BoardSM)

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ReloNavigator’s business is creating results for our clients. Return on investment is important, and our successes are demonstrated internationally and across industries.

For social media conversations tweet us: @ReloNavigator @IntlBusinesses @IdeasN  or @JNTCArticles; or click on the following link to learn more about our ReloNavigator’s professional services; and for additional information please call +1 (360) 312-4300 or send your inquiries via email to: info@relonavigator.com

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Global Needs Demand International Competency – What Level Is Yours?

By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach

International businesses competency has not been the focus of learning in the last decade. With the fast emergence of globalization, there is a shortage of professionals who can demonstrate the real international competency. Many institutions raced to develop their ‘theoretically-based syllabi and frameworks’ however their graduates do not demonstrate what the international businesses are looking for.

Here are some insights that will help you acquire the needed international competency.

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Articulating ideas is a leadership competence and this can be developed with the help of your Coach

Fluency in speaking, articulates an engaging conversations and participation of an audience in both personal or business setting. You share great ideas, information, showing rapport and connection to your listener, conversing with colleagues, active listening  with customers, co-workers, subordinates, superiors, family and friends.

Generating an engaging conversation begins with small talk like day-to-day routine and then evolve into discussions about bigger issues, topics or phenomena, like storms, hurricane, earthquake, unusual performances of great singers, sometimes politics, activities, hobbies or responsibilities at work; offering insights and professional perspectives; only to find yourselves deeply engaged into a complex subject matters. That is the actualized results of conversational competency and scope of knowledge with leadership abilities.

Evidence of Low Competency:
Inability to communicate your thoughts and ideas effectively in order to gain confidence of your team members; inability to comprehend what matters best outside your environment and relevant in other countries; these are factual evidence. When you have attended or participated experiential immersions in numerous environments; and you still have the handicap in leading people and getting across conversationally; two things have contributed to that fact.

  • One, you were in a wrong environment
  • Second, you did not put dedication in acquiring the competency.

Are there ways in correcting these deficiencies? There are opportunities for that, based on your own personal or professional needs.

Getting a Coach who will advocate your learning instead of your money:

When you work with a Coach who possesses unlimited experience and demonstrable acumen in business, leadership, international cultures, people and resources management, conversational language, linguistics prowess; you will gain exceptional proficiency at the shortest amount of time. Your progress will be significant because your Coach troubleshoots your handicap.

Experiencing issues that are hard to solve due to inadequate competency? We like to hear from you; ReloNavigator’s International Leadership and Competency Development will help you acquire the needed competency. 

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For social media conversations tweet us: @IdeasN @ReloNavigator @IntlBusinesses or @JNTCArticles; or click on the following  link to learn more about our ReloNavigator’s professional competency; and for additional information please call +1 (360) 312-4300 or send your inquiries via email to: info@relonavigator.com

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About Juntee Terrenal, GMS [@junteet]

Mr. Terrenal is your partner in becoming the “High Performing Organization” of 2015 and beyond; strategic international business Leader, adviser & leadership coach, competent, human capital and resources management. Creates initiatives combined with business acumen and ROI integrating complex human capital and resources that clients seek, globally. With 20+ years of experience he brings many time and money-saving solutions to your complex business issues and problems particularly when operating internationally. Negotiator, communicator, proven track record in accelerating productivity, organizational effectiveness, talent management, service quality. Quoted to numerous international media outlets.

As an experienced global mobility management specialist, human capital management executive and management consultant, he and his team create solutions, converting client’s needs into actions, resolving their challenges. Mr. Terrenal and his global team have successfully assisted, implemented and accelerated businesses and personal successes of their corporate and individual clients by using their ROI-driven techniques in over 40 countries.