New York City, New York (PressExposure) June 24, 2011 -- RW³ CultureWizard is very proud to announce that Employee Relocation Council (ERC) bestowed an award on two members of the team for their work in the field of intercultural communication and betterment of global business interactions.
RW³ Culture Wizard's CEO, Michael S. Schell won the Distinguished Service Award for his many years of dedication to the global mobility and expatriate training [http://rw-3.com/tools-and-courses/tools-for-international-assignees/] community. Michael, who is a pioneer in the global mobility training profession has written hundreds of articles, spoken at dozens of conferences, and was co-author of Managing Across Cultures: The Seven Keys to Doing Business with a Global Mindset (McGraw-Hill, 2007) and Capitalizing on the Global Workforce (McGraw-Hill, 1996) (both with Charlene Solomon) .
A second award went to Sean Dubberke, Intercultural Program Manager, who received the Meritorious Service Award in recognition of significant professional contributions to the WorldWide Employee Relocation Council (ERC). Their continuing support, enthusiasm and hard work to enhance the global business community by providing cultural awareness and excellent cultural sensitivity training are part of RW³ CultureWizard's commitment to excellence and global collaboration.
ERC is the industry organization that brings global relocation service professional together from both the corporate and service sectors. The global mobility industry helps to enable multinational corporations move executives and other employees and their families around the world for their international assignments [http://rw-3.com/tools-and-courses/tools-for-international-assignees/]. In addition to providing the industry with forums at local and global gatherings, ERC publishes a high quality magazine, called Mobility, and conducts professional certification relocation training programs that are recognized throughout the world.
Over the last few years Sean has written several articles for Mobility and served on their editorial advisory board. His latest article on Understanding the Middle East was the featured article of the latest issue distributed at the global ERC conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands.