GLS exists to help Customers around the world to understand their operating environment, to communicate effectively, and to achieve their international goals.
Interpretation, translation, transcription, and language training
Cultural advisors, Business Sherpa, expatriate preparation, and immersion training
Global Business Consulting
Analysis, decision support, strategy, business development, new market entry, and risk management
A true Virginian, Jessica was born and raised in northern Virginia and has resided in the area her entire life. She graduated from Westfield High School in Chantilly, Virginia. Afterwards, she attended George Mason University full-time while working to help support her family. After two years of study working towards
Culture is one of the most powerful forces as it’s significant to how we see and understand the world around us, and how we express ourselves. Malal’s family was granted political asylum allowing them to immigrate to the U.S. in the early 1970s. Her parents began their new life as
Kutaiba has a rather interesting story. Born in Iraq, he joined the Iraqi Army in 1984. He attended the Iraqi Military College in Baghdad, in 1985 was sent to India to study at the Indian Military Academy. Being good at basketball, Kutaiba played on teams representing his school, town, governorate,
GLS provides customers with Understanding on three levels based on our skills in languages, cultural understanding, and regional expertise: Level 1 – What was/is being said (interpretation, translation, and transcription); Level 2 – The cultural context (cultural advisors and cross-cultural consulting) Level 3 – The Big Picture (historical, political, economic, religious, business, and regional context
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“The importance of Cultural Competence in business or operational effectiveness increases proportionally as an organization evolves into a global enterprise. Developing Cultural Competence can be accomplished in four phases.”
Neutrality is vital concept for humanitarian, international and peacekeeping missions. Neutrality is also an integral part of the professional ethics of an interpreter/translator, a “linguist” in the parlance of