VIPs, otherwise known as Very Important Persons, can be hard to handle. At hotels and airports they get pampered, and they have a tendency to be a bit of a “know it all” – possibly because they actually do know more than the average employee, which is why they are your VIPs. Continue reading

Company VIP’s are used to getting what they need when they need it. Until then, they are in charge and calling the shots. HR managers are happy to accommodate the requests of a top VIP because great leaders require great support. Yet, it is always a balance between managing the location of VIP’s abroad, and allowing them to lead the way. Continue reading