Global Mobility and your Career
@angieweinberger

Hi there,

I’m Angie Weinberger, the Global Mobility Coach and I’m happy to meet you here.

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.

We launched Global People Transitions in 2012. I’ve been on a mission to bring the Human Touch back into Global Mobility. When I’m done there I’m aiming at bringing the Human Touch back into Leadership and Human Resources.

I believe that you can have a great experience when you move to a new country for work. If you are an expat spouse, you should be able to find work you care about even if you don’t have a network in the new country yet.

Let’s talk about this!

We want to understand your personal story. We prefer to continue this conversation in person. Thanks to modern technology we can talk on Google Hangout on a short notice.

Please book your meeting with me here.

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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.

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Do you want to know why I started Global People Transitions?

Read her story here!