By Padraig O’Sullivan
There are many wonderful benefits to be gained from having people immerse and operate in different countries.
Increasingly clients I am working with find themselves leading in countries that are not their birthplace nor where they have done their schooling or where they have developed their careers.
Being an “expatriate” is an increasingly common experience and more and more I am finding they form a large proportion of my client base.
The role of a new expat leader in their first 4 to 12 weeks of the role is to actively seek out the patterns and try to make sense of them. They will look for both the causes and the symptoms of issues and behaviours the organisation is facing. There are six major abilities that leaders can use to develop building their perspective. Learn all about them in this edition of the Worldwide Coaching Magazine.
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