Angie Weinberger

 

Angie Weinberger is an Intercultural Career Advisor, Global Mobility Expert and Managing Director of Global People Transitions GmbH. She is also the owner of the company. Angie also defines herself as a writer, social media junkie and Bollywood dancer. She has lived and worked in Germany, Switzerland, UK, India and Australia.

After her graduation in “International Business Studies” of the University of Paderborn, Angie worked in Human Resources specializing in Global Mobility during her corporate career at a large global bank and one of the Big 4 Professional Services Firms in Germany and later Switzerland. She started her company Global People Transitions GmbH in June 2012.

GPT offers intercultural career and executive coaching to expats and their spouses through the programs HireMe!, RockMe! and FlyMe!. GPT offers intercultural workshops and Angie consults companies on Global Mobility Transformation. This process includes how to improve communication with assignees and spouses.

Her working languages are English and German, but she also communicates in French, Spanish, understands Swiss German and studies Arabic. Angie is a professional certified coach by Dr. Eva Kinast, Munich. She is also a member of the International Coaching Federation. She is certified as an intercultural trainer by the Summer Institute of Intercultural Communication in Portland, Oregon. She also has a background in systemic consulting.

She volunteers on the board of SIETAR Switzerland (Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research in Switzerland) and is responsible for Digital Media. Angie is also involved in a number of projects related to migration and refugee support.

As a certified Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI) Qualified Administrator, Angie can run intercultural assessments for managers and staff. She is a published author for international assignment processes into and out of Germany. Angela published another ebook in 2014: “The Global Mobility Workbook – A Step-by-Step Guide for Managing international Assignments”. Her next publication “The Global Career Workbook” will come out in June 2016.

If you want to work with Angie you can receive references of former clients. You can connect with her via LinkedIn and XING. She is @angieweinberger on Twitter.

Email: angela.weinberger@globalpeopletransitions.com

Website: www.globalpeopletransitions.com