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Videshi Women – An interview with Penny McLuckie, WIAL India

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© Kabeer Lal 2013Where are you from?

South Africa and New Zealand. I was born in South Africa but emigrated to New Zealand in 1996 so I feel I am both.

How long have you been in India?

Three years

What brought you to India?

Our business

What do you love most about being here?

The welcome from the people

Are there any great moments that particularly stand out for you?

Being made part of special family events

What have been your greatest integration challenges?

Language barriers

Have there been any individuals or organisations who particularly helped with your move and integration?

Many individuals and Gurgaon Connection.

Have you joined any networking groups?

Gurgaon Connection, of which I’m now a committee member.

Do you have any practical tips for ex-pats moving to India about how to integrate or deal with cultural differences?

Apart from joining organisations, just get out there and be part of it!

What does the future hold for you?

At least another five years here in India, growing our business

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About WIAL

WIAL (World Institute for Action Learning) is a global organisation with affiliates in about 20 countries. Action Learning is a problem-solving methodology where small groups get together to solve challenges and develop as leaders and team members in the process. A certified coach ensures that the specific process is followed to achieve optimum actions to be taken. Global clients include Microsoft, Samsung, Boeing etc. WIAL has just hosted a successful Global Conference in Gurgaon.

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