May 2nd 2019
The Dark Side of Global Mobility
This presentation is from the Talent on the Move - Time for a Rethink? event that took place in Munich. Sebastian Reiche explains the paradoxes of global mobility. Topics covered in this presentation include:
- What are the negatives of global mobility?
- What are the top issues for global assignees
- How does becoming an expat impact travel, social isolation and physical well-being?
- The impact on work performance
- Does moving for a job have an effect on family and relationships?
- Potential issues around repatriation
Professor Sebastian Reiche is Chair of the Department of Managing People in Organizations, IESE Business School. He earned his Ph.D from the University of Melbourne, Australia. Sebastian Reiche’s areas of interest and research include global work and global mobility, talent development and retention, knowledge transfer, global leadership, cross-cultural management and related issues, along with trust and social capital.
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