Tag Archives: International Assignments

Global Leadership: Fitting in, without giving in


Adapting your leadership style to a different cultural setting can be tough, especially when the new setting demands a style different from how you would normally and comfortably behave at home. So how do you adapt your leadership behavior across … 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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Expat Women Confessions


When I first heard about the new book “Expat Women Confessions – 50 Answers to Your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad” launched today May 5, 2011 by the founder, and the director of  Expatwomen.com and book author Andrea Martins, I thought … 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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How To Deal With Emotional Eating While In Transition?


  I am not talking about the  few pounds or kilos you usually gain after overeating for one or two feast meals at Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. What I am talking about is a long-term approach to both weight … Continue reading

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3 Steps To Reduce Relocation Stress


[tweetmeme source=”AnneEgros] No matter how long you have been  living abroad or how many times you moved, you can expect a lot of stress each time you are heading to a new destination even in your own country. How you … 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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