In the News
Financial journalist Alan Kohler interviews Margot Andersen for the Qantas Talking Business podcast about how the Insync Network Group supports individuals to translate international experience to the Australian market.
On Amber Daines’ podcast, Margot Andersen discusses the challenges of expat life are rarely talked about beyond the inner circle. She explains the facets of living abroad and repatriation journeys.
Life coach Abby Lewtas speaks with Margot Andersen about global careers and returning home to Australia, including the challenges faced when moving abroad and navigating resettling back home.
The nature of work is evolving, talents is increasingly mobile and organisations are increasingly international. But how can you keep teams in sync, engaged and connected from afar?
“The need for a global mindset is no longer reserved just for the expats and upwardly mobile employees,” says Margot Andersen in her CEO Magazine article on cultivating a global leadership mindset.
Mobility allows for different perspectives, experiences and insights to be shared, valued and leveraged across an organisation. Read more on how mobility is beneficial for all organisations and workplaces here.
The Employee Mobility Institute
International experience is an enormous asset for individuals and businesses, but how can knowledge and experience gleaned from working abroad be best leveraged upon returning home?
If you lead a globally mobile workforce, or are an individual who is part of one, read Margot Andersen’s six considerations for building your global talent pipeline for the future marketplace.
Repatriation journeys are, at their core, about reconnection. And there is a great opportunity for organisations with international talent to assist with helping your repatriates to adjust returning home.