Présentation

Luxembourg's stable and high-income economy makes it a global center for professionals from all over the world.

Organizations everywhere are embracing global mobility now more than ever. They are sending an increasing number of people abroad, in a wider variety of roles, to respond to opportunities in global production, to promote research and development, to drive innovation, and improve customer sales, service, and growth.

As businesses become increasingly international and the way organizations move their talent evolves, so the call to address the needs of a globally mobile workforce becomes more urgent.

You will not want to miss this opportunity to engage with Katia Vlachos, author of A Great Move: How to Survive and Thrive in Your Expat Assignment and best-selling author of The First 90 Days  and Master Your Next Move, Michael Watkins as they identify and address the personal and professional challenges that an increasingly mobile workforce presents and how to navigate them successfully.

Join us on October 7th for a hands-on, interactive session, with our two transition experts who will help you to deal with potential issues related to expat assignments...

 

Agenda

· Understanding Professional and Personal

Transitions: The challenges of taking a new role and making an expat move with your partner and family.

· Traditional Expat Assignments: The nature of both professional and personal transition challenges and the ways to support both.

· Supporting Emerging Types of International Assignments: Differences in professional and personal challenges and the implications for support.

· Coaching International Assignees and their Partners

 

About the presenters

Katia Vlachos is a researcher and writer on cross-cultural transitions and expatriate life. She coaches expats and their partners on making successful international moves, rebuilding their careers and coping with relationship challenges. Previously a defense analyst with a Ph.D. from the RAND Corporation and a Master’s Degree from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, Katia has lived in seven countries and three continents. Born in Cameroon to Greek parents, she is deeply experienced in the joys and tribulations of leading a globally mobile life. She is the author of A Great Move: Surviving and Thriving in Your Expat Assignment (LID Publishing, 2018).

Michael Watkins is the co-founder of Genesis, a leadership development consultancy and a Professor of Leadership and Organisational Change at the IMD Business School. His writing, coaching and consulting focuses on helping leaders accelerate their transitions to new roles. Michael holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University and previously was a professor at the Harvard Business School. He is the author of The First 90 DaysMaster Your Next Move (both from Harvard Business Publishing) and other books and articles on leadership transitions. He coaches C-level executives taking new roles, including international assignments.