Category Archives: international coaching

What Skills To Look For Hiring Global Executives ?


The most difficult challenge for an expat executive like a country general manager is to be able to find congruence between various opposite interests in a highly complex environment (see picture above). The expat executive must be able to deal … Continue reading

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10 Tips For Expat Executives and Their Families Returning Home


  It is not a secret, It is very hard for expatriates, especially successful ones, to go back “home”.  I already described the emotional phases and grieving process most expat families experience when they return to their home country: Expat Life: … Continue reading

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How Cultures Impact The Brain and Expat Lives?


1-Basic concepts of cultural neurosciences There is a lot of new research going on in the field of cultural neurosciences, looking at the relations existing between cultural dimensions and the brain’s activity referred by some scientists as  brain’s plasticity. Tufts … Continue reading

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How To Select A School Before Moving Abroad ?


In my previous article “How To Meet People You Don’t Know” I was talking how to overcome your  fears about networking with strangers and strategies to meet new friends in general. In this article, I would like to be more … Continue reading

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Top 5 Challenges For “Club Sandwich” Expatriates


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] I am not going to share the best club sandwich recipe you can find in Canada or Mexico. I am talking about the challenges to be a baby boomer also called the “sandwich generation”  for taking care of … Continue reading

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Breakfast Seminar for HR Professionals October 5, 2010


Breakfast Seminar for HR Professionals
October 5, 2010-Brussels, Belgium
Expats and family—Coaching for a successful expatriation-Anne Egros
Social Networking- Charlie Crouch
RSVP: by September 16, 2010 via events@ackroyd.be Continue reading

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Developing Global Executives: Failure Is Not An Option


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] How do you define expatriate failure ? What are the main causes ? How do you select your candidates for expatriation ? Do your expatriate  talent going over to the competition? What types of  training and support are the … Continue reading

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Intercultural Nonviolent Communication


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] What is Nonviolent Communication ? NVC  is a communication technique for the purpose of achieving mutual understanding through relationship-building. NVC Improves the quality of personal and professional relationships. This method is attributed to Dr. Marshall Rosenberg an American psychologist to help people … Continue reading

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Who Will Be Tomorrow’s Leaders?


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros”] In 2020, leaders will have to inspire and manage three generations of managers and employees with radical differences on their expectations on how they see work and leadership. Late Boomers, 55+ will still stay in the workforce because … Continue reading

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