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Our briefings are designed to increase the ability for the relocating employee, and family, to readily adjust to the work style and culture of their new destination.
Relocation preparation briefings can cover most countries on request with some of our most regularly provided training including;
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, The Middle East, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, USA, United Arab Emirates, USA.
Structure, history, politics, the economy, religion, public holidays.
What issues are most important to you? Corporate structure and hierarchies, communication styles, business etiquette, relationship versus task orientation, leadership, team-building, meetings, presentations, training, negotiating styles, dealing with conflict, political correctness, job security issues; impact of cultural differences in the workplace.
Open workshop for delegates to discuss their thoughts and concerns.
What issues are most important to you? Anticipated topics: What's it really like where I'm going, coping with the weather, housing and utilities, transport, banking, building a credit history, insurance, health care, shopping, wining and dining, socialising, children's issues if applicable, keeping in touch back home.
Impact of cultural differences in lifestyle issues. The transition experience of relocating to a new culture.
Additional topics for expatriates may include developing future personal and organisational strategies for adapting to the new environment, the four stages of culture shock, and advice on coping for the family.