Freebies (free download):
1. Self-coaching method for expat partners: Inner Conference
Before going on an international assignment, it is important that both partners make a conscious decision stand wholeheartedly behind their choice. This self-coaching method will help you to find clarity for you.
2. Infographic and explanation: Value Square Model
This model has proven to be very insightful during my intercultural trainings and I would like to share it with you. With the help of the value square model, we are able to keep seemingly opposing values and personal standards in a dynamic balance so that we can operate in a constructive way. You can download the infographic and explanation here or read about it in my blog article.
3. Cheat sheet and explanations: Dimensions of Culture
This compilation originates from a series of Instagram posts where I shared six most relevant dimensions of culture from my point of view. It consists of six simple illustrations, real-life examples and a reflective question on each dimension.
Working in global business:
The culture map, Erin Meyer
Riding the waves of culture, Fons Trompenaars
Global Dexterity, Andy Molinsky
Expat family life:
A moveable marriage, Robin Pascoe
Third Culture Kids – Growing up among worlds, David C. Pollock & Ruth E. van Reken
Misunderstood – The impact of growing up overseas in the 21st century, Tanya Crossmann
A career in your suitcase, Jo Parfitt
A great move – Surviving and thriving in your expat assignment, Katia Vlachos
Gemeinsam ins Ausland und zurück, Susanne Reichhardt & Anke Weidling
Arbeiten im Ausland und die Familie geht mit, Gesa Krämer & Kirsten Nazarkiewicz
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