Trends in expatriationDuring the early 1980′s expatriation was dominated by professionals sent by their employers to foreign subsidiaries or headquarters for long-term posts. By the end of the 1990′s, however, globalization had created a new world market for skilled professionals. With the cost of intercontinental travel significantly decreasing and a booming economic uptown, employes could afford to turn to recruitment on a global scale if they could not find the right talent in the local market.
This has created a different type of expatriate where commuter and short-term assignments are becoming common, and gradually are replacing the traditional long term.
Different Culture = Challenges + OPPORTUNITIES
Get support from a professional Coach – when relocating to Hungary !
- to be efficient in your communication with the local colleauges
- to understand and leverage on cultural differences in Hungary
- be more effective to build alliance with local partners
- create successful local + international strategies
- multi-cultural strategy workshops
- management skills trainings courses
- organisational development
- executive advisory
- team and individual supervision
Professional background:8 years international management career at Reuters in Scandinavia: in charge of business development in 12 countries (Nordic + Baltic region).
Best-in-class trainings in Genf, Zürich, London, Vienna, Ashridge.
2 years country management of a German credit card company, DKV Euro Service
- Oxford Brookes University – international economics degree
- University of Amsterdam and Kassel supervision methods
- Ashridge Univerversity applied economics
- Coach University (ICF) Windsor/UK
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