Global Mobility Articles

The Makings of a Great Global Leader

Deploy your talents right – your local managers are not necessarily “global-ready”. This survey helps you access if they have the attributes and skills to make it onto the international stage. Learn more.

5 Cost-effective Tips on Expatriate Management

The greatest loss is not in the little things, but losing the talent himself. Companies often forget capable talents with global exposure take years to groom and can bring great value. They are the biggest asset. Read on.

Retaining your Repatriated Talents

There may be a lot of support and awareness about helping assignees to settle in overseas, but many companies do not realise the importance of a good “welcome back”.

Keep your Global Stars Shining

Want to groom and captialise your talents with global mobility, but are afraid that they will be poached? This is a long-standing headache faced by employers. In this article, we discuss the ways to capture their hearts.

High Aspirations Unfulfilled in Female Global Mobility

A recent PwC report finds a wide gap between the high interest among females to go mobile and the low existing mobile female population. In an exclusive interview, lead researcher, Ms. Aoife Flood analyses the underlying causes and tells Global Health Insider how the management can turn this into an opportunity.

Bridging the Divide

With high mobility in the workforce, employers get fewer opportunities to see their staff face-to-face. Does technology alone truly suffice to maintain the same level and quality of engagement in the company? Read on.

Making the Case for a Centralised Global Mobility Function

As talent becomes more mobile, there is a growing need in global companies for not only a centralised global mobility function, but one that is a relevant to the organisation’s growth strategy. Read more.

Cascading Strategy Change Across Borders

Changing your corporate strategy? Here’s why you need to rethink the way you cascade to your global workforce. Read more.

Support for Dual-career Couples can Ease Women’s Concerns on Mobility

Research shows that the possible loss of income from husband is deterring women from accepting leadership positions involving relocation. Read on about the measures taken by top corporations to tackle this issue.