If you are a Global Mobility Professional, intercultural coach or a line manager you probably already sense that out colleagues in Human Resources are often overwhelmed with international assignments, business trips and expats in general.
They need your expertise and it’s great to be in expert. Expertise does not develop in one year though. It takes a life-time.
We believe in taking one step at the time and learning to do stuff yourself. That’s why I have written
“The Global Mobility Workbook -A step by step Guide to Managing International Assignments”.
Because I know your struggles and I want you to shine. AND I like to build from scratch. You can break down the complexity of international assignments when you look at the parts, pieces and process.
After reading the book you should be able
to run your international assignments in a strategic way,
develop a metric for international assignment success,
sort out or develop your assignment policy and be more compliant,
have a clear structure on how you can support international assignees and their spouses through the assignment process by providing a worthwhile experience to them
develop your competencies according to a career plan as a Global Mobility Professionals
know where to go with further questions.
It’s a bit like IKEA. You break it all down into it’s part and learn to build it from scratch.
You can start by checking out all blog posts in the category
“global mobility” on our blog.
If you like those posts please become a member of our
now. For all of you who join us before the year end the membership will be free for your lifetime. “Global People Club”
It’s best if you use a
personal email ID as you might be moving jobs and countries a few times in your life.