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  • Youth unemployment rates are the highest they have been in the US in twenty years. In Europe, the situation is not much better. With university tuition on the rise, more and more people graduating and moving back to their parents’ housing and a growing frustration among youth about being underemployed, it seems as if we are […]

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    “A best friend is like a Four Leaf Clover: hard to find and lucky to have.” – Sarah Jessica Parker of popular TV show “Sex in the City”.  In career management terms, these “best friends” comprise your network, which includes sponsors—influential people who know you and recognize your value.  Talent management decisions, including the selection […]

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    As we enter February, a growing number of nations prepare for Valentine’s Day.  This holiday has an interesting historical background, which some say is rooted in pagan tradition and others say is rooted in Christian tradition.  In modern times, some claim that it is nothing more than a commercial holiday.  Regardless, it serves as a […]

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Book Launch of Worldly Women

June 8, 2013
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Fueled recently by the political discussions in Germany and the likes of Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In, an international community of high ranking business and NGO leaders joined to celebrate the launch of a new book called Worldly Women – The New Leadership Profile. The book combines groundbreaking research with the stories and advice of 62 […]

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The glass border, does it really exist?

June 7, 2013
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If you want to be considered for a (global) leadership position, expatriate experience is a must have these days, as it is the best way to develop a global mindset and diversity of thought which leaders need to have in this constantly changing world where they face dilemma’s rather than problems. This is where the […]

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Neelie Kroes on Worldly Women – The New Leadership Profile

June 7, 2013
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Neelie Kroes, a European political powerhouse, endorsed our book Worldly women – The New Leadership Profile: “This book brings together useful and important information for female expatriates.”  Worldly Women explores the roads travelled by senior level expatriate women and makes them available to any organization that wishes to increase the number of women in leadership roles in an innovative way. […]

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Why expatriation is the crux of the new leadership profile

May 7, 2013
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Globalization creates new markets and increases opportunities for economic growth, innovation and cooperation.  An imperative for the future is global connectedness.  “Collaboration will be the watchword as companies and governments share costs and knowledge to remove barriers to mobility and manage regulation”1 . Organizations are expanding their businesses across borders and the number of multi-national […]

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