TRAVEL RISK MANAGEMENT TRAINING

ARE YOUR STAFF TRAVELLING ABROAD? HAVE YOU COVERED ALL RISK SCENARIOS?
WHAT MAY HAVE CHANGED SINCE YOUR LAST AUDIT?

Find out more with FREE Travel Risk Management Training from Consularcare, the world’s only consular-led travel risk management service
GET A HALF-DAY CONSULTANCY SESSION – FREE WHEN YOU REGISTER BY 8TH MARCH 2018

During this half-day session, working with a former FCO Diplomat, we’ll cover the following modules:

• Audit of current risk management provision
• Identifying vulnerable travellers and mitigating associated risk
• Gaining competitive advantage in challenging regions
• The cultural dos and don’ts all your staff should know
• Simple business practices to better engage with foreign clients
• The conversations you need to have with a globally mobilised workforce

As fast and as frequently as we are travelling the world, the global outlook is changing. Ordering an alcoholic drink, wearing the wrong attire, or
getting intimate with the wrong person can all get you arrested. In Dubai alone, more than 270 women were detained in 2017, and more than 5000
arrests take place globally, many for innocuous reasons.

With Closet UK reporting that 49% of people are too scared to come out at work, and gay relationships still illegal in 72 countries, managing travel for
LGBTQ staff is a particular challenge. Consularcare specialises in implementing conversations and processes that will help to create best practices
and manage risk anywhere in the world.

Our consultancy team includes John Morgan, a former Foreign and Commonwealth Office Diplomat with extensive global consular experience, and
former Governor of the British Virgin Islands and senior Diplomat, Boyd McCleary CMG CVO.

Complete the Register your interest form, or call Consularcare on 020 3198 1890 to claim your free consultation today. Hurry – this offer ends on 8th March 2018


INTERESTING FACTS

Showing the soles of your feet is considered very rude in Egypt. That means that
crossing your legs isn’t a good idea – keep your soles on the ground to make sure
your host isn’t offended.
Penning your reply personally is a business custom in Malaysia. It’s considered polite and more official than an email. So if you’re invited out in Malaysia, keep to
the pen and paper.
Scribbling on another businessperson’s card is considered very rude. It’s
customary to receive the card in both hands and give it due attention.

Once you’re done reading, don’t just slip it into your back pocket. Keep it in your
hands.

CONSULTANCY TEAM

JOHN MORGAN

BOYD MCLEARY

As a Foreign and Commonwealth Office Diplomat with over twelve years’ deployment to a range of oversea and UK diplomatic engagements, John Morgan’s experience encompassing policy making, trade promotion, project management (Whitehall) and diplomatic consular consultancy, led him to co-founding Consularcare to support people travelling abroad and bridge the gap between the public and private sector. John has worked in various Embassies and High Commissions around the world and has visited more than 110 countries.

As Former Governor of the British Virgin Islands Boyd McCleary CMG, CVO is an
Adviser to Consularcare. With his 40 years as a senior diplomat, including a stint
as High Commissioner to Malaysia and key roles in the FCO and UKTI, Boyd
brings an unprecedented level of international experience to the Consularcare
organisation. He was involved in facilitating global business partnerships, shaping policy, managing major projects and supervising visa and consular work in a wide range of countries, including Germany, Korea and Turkey. Boyd is now an international business consultant and mediator.