Global Mobility and your Career

Global Mobility and your career do not always align. A move to another country, role or project is stressful. Research shows that these “transitions” range in the top ten stress factors in the world. If you are stressed right now, you are not alone. Global People Transitions was launched in 2012 by Angie Weinberger.

She believes that you can have a great experience when you move to a new country for work. She assumes that an expat spouse should be able to find work he or she cares about even if he or she does not have a network in the new country yet. As a lecturer and coach, Angie insists that we may improve Global Mobility as a whole by aligning your needs better with the needs of your employer.


Shall we discuss this further in person?

We want to understand your personal story. We prefer to continue this conversation in person. Thanks to modern technology we can talk on Google Meet or Skype. If you are in Zurich or Basel we can even meet you in person.

How do you get in touch with us?

The best way to connect with us is via email or the contact form.

Experience has shown, that if you need career coaching, you will want to commit to a full program but we also offer “exploratory” sessions or goal setting sessions.

We don’t like preliminary phone calls or get-to-know-each-other meetings because every session with our coaches is a coaching session already. Our main clients are corporations. However, if you are interested in working with us as a private client this is possible under certain conditions.


Please arrange an appointment for an exploratory session and tell us your story.

In case you are an expat or expat spouse and you are looking for a job, please take a look at our HireMe! program.


Do you want to read the Global People Club Sandwich on Mondays?

We send out an email to my clients on Mondays about Global Mobility, international careers, global teams, expat life and related topics called the Global People Club Sandwich.

Sign up for the Global People Club to receive our stories every Monday. As a thank you, you will receive an excerpt from “The Global Career Workbook”.


Have we answered all of your initial questions?

We know that websites do not always answer all of our questions when we are in a state of confusion and overwhelm. Please reach out to us if you need more support or if we can help you make sense of your current situation. Email us.


The Global Mobility Coach
Angie Weinberger

Do you want to know why Angie Weinberger started Global People Transitions?

Read her story here!