Expatriate Management

Provides information on expatriate management including expatriate preparation and reasons for previous failures.

Expatriates and globalization

In a changing global marketplace, businesses now are not limited to their local country to market and sell their product. Wanting a local presence in their future potential market.

In today's dynamic, global marketplace it is the responsibility of international HR managers to identify, cultivate, and develop the skills of the organization's future global leaders. The organization caught unprepared to move quickly in response to changing global strategies will likely miss out on numerous business opportunities.

That is why it is critical for organizations to begin to identify and develop their future global leaders and prepare them for global deployment in response to changing corporate needs. The ability of expatriate managers to succeed in culturally diverse environments has a significant effect on the success or failure of the organization's various international operations.

Expatriate failure

Expatriate failure is a serious problem generally resulting from the lack of familial or situational readiness or cross-cultural adaptability of expatriates and their accompanying families. While the financial burden of a failed expatriate assignment can be staggering, the indirect costs to an organization's global strategy can be devastating. A discontented expatriate can lower the morale of the company as well as cause irreparable damage to relations with foreign partners, customers, and the host country employees.

Expatriate Preparation

Let Expatriate Preparation ensure your risks are minimised through professional training of both your expatriate employee and family as well as your International HR practitioners

Expatriate Cross-cultural Orientation

These Programs enable the expatriate employees and their families to successfully transition from one culture to another by enabling them to develop an understanding of the concept of culture and intercultural communication, the notions of national differences and values orientations, differences in organizational cultures, the psychological processes of cross-cultural transition, and country-specific knowledge. With these tools, the expatriate employees and their families will be able to fully enjoy their experience, and function effectively in their new environment.