HIGH IMPACT COACHING SESSIONS IN:

Strategies to Enhance Wellbeing & Managing Change and Transitions

Expat Life or simply relocating from one state to another can be an amzing experience - but it can also be scary, lonely, overwhelming and... complicated. 

The Relocating Partner's Wellbeing Program is a  12-week long, organized in 12 modules and 12 weekly private coaching sessions, delivered with sensitive attention to the complexities of managing change and transitions and their impact in building a new life from scratch, self-identity challenges, launching a new career - sometimes in the midst of raising a family.

Private coaching sessions will include a review of your results, relevant theory underlying your results, your growing edge, and creation of action steps for you going forward. You are welcome to record the call sessions if you wish.

 


Registration for this program includes: 

  • 7 Strategies to Manage Change & Transitions. 

  • Personal Growth, Personal Brand and Professional Development Programs.

  • Health & Wellness Curriculum (Available September 2018).

  • 12 Weekly Private High-Impact Coaching Sessions (in person, by phone and/or video) 60 min each.

  •  4-week follow-up Mentoring Partner Program.

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Being locked in ongoing change, launching new lives around the globe will gain you a wealth of valuable skills, grit, and wisdom you can learn to leverage early into the journey.

Why Choose Spending Those Important Years in the Shadows of Unlived Potential?

 

 

Cost Effective Global Learning and Development

I do not have a budget for globally dispersed partners to receive costly coaching and education programs – how do I avail of highly customized learning and development with high impact for a competitive price point?

As seasoned expats and relocating partners, we know first-hand what the experience of these challenges feels like - physically, mentally and emotionally. We know what's behind the curtain of relocating, leading a family through global change and raising Third Culture Children mostly as single-parents


Research has found that partners are not only central in the decision process to accept an assignment, but also the wellbeing of a ‘trailing spouse’ has a strong impact on the success of it. 

Failed assignments are attributed to spouse / partner dissatisfaction with the new location and lack of personal and professional development, carrying on highly annual costs and leaving behind a trail of negative fractured experiences - for everyone

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2018 RELOCATING PARTNER SURVEY SUPPORT

(conducted by Netexpat and EY)

3,412 respondents from 121 host locations, 81 nationalities (senior HR representatives from both corporations and international governmental organizations, mobile employees, and partners).

"The resounding message expressed by mobile employees and their partners to their international employers is that addressing the well-being of the accompanying partner is a key driver to successfully managing international mobility."

"When asked about the ROI of investing in partner support benefits, 69% and 62% of employers confirmed that their partner support program has had a positive impact on family acclimation and assignment acceptance respectively. 28% have also noticed a positive impact on the assignment repatriation phase."

"Partners expect to be supported to integrate more easily in the host location, rebuild their network, work or study while abroad or contribute to a voluntary organization."


There are also different ways to talk about what it takes to move and relocate several times. The incredible sacrifice and effort behind it, the audacity of launching a life from scratch - several times, the strength required to raise children mostly as solo-parent…expat or not, it takes superpowers to keep it all together.


Those who have taken the journey or have mastered it, hold an extraordinary treasure of leassons and adventures that isn't talked about enough. They hold unique stories that can help us learn from each other. Help us heal. Give comfort and reassurance to those who are about to take the journey for the first time or might feel stucked in theirs ...