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The idea that globalization is dead? ‘It’s a little absurd,’ says G-P CEO Nicole Sahin

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On this episode of Fortune’s Leadership Next podcast, co-hosts Alan Murray and Michal Lev-Ram talk to Nicole Sahin, CEO of Globalization Partners. The conversation kicks off with Sahin explaining how G-P helps companies hire employees around the world without setting up a branch or subsidiary in each country. She also discusses why globalization is far from dead; the importance of a solid onboarding system for remote-first companies; and how G-P puts AI to work.

Listen to the episode or read the transcript below.


Transcript

Alan Murray: Leadership Next is powered by the folks at Deloitte who, like me, are exploring the changing rules of business leadership and how CEOs are navigating this change.

Welcome to Leadership Next, the podcast about the changing rules of business leadership. I’m Alan Murray.

Michal Lev-Ram: And I’m Michal Lev-Ram.

Murray: Globalization is dead. We hear it all the time.

Lev-Ram: But it’s not.

Murray: We read it all the time in the papers. But it’s not. And our guest this week is someone who’s taking advantage of the fact that it’s very much alive and well.

Lev-Ram: Yeah. Nicole Sahin is the CEO of Globalization Partners and, you know, she’s keeping globalization in the company’s name, so I guess something must be working.

Murray: Yeah, it’s a really valuable business, particularly for smaller companies like Fortune, where you have single people in different countries all around the world. It gets very complicated for regulatory reasons to place them. And so this turned out to be a fascinating conversation, particularly when we found out at the end of the podcast that she had conceived the idea on a mountaintop in Guatemala.

Lev-Ram: The highlands of Guatemala is where this came to her, this epiphany. Sort of. Yeah. Fascinating story. She started this quite a few years back and came back recently to lead the company after leaving the role of CEO. And it sounds like, from talking to…

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