Guidance & Inspiration for women moving abroad and asking themselves:

What do I do with my career?

Guidance & Inspiration for women moving abroad and asking themselves:

What do I do with my career?

Hi! I am Kate, an intercultural coach / career consultant / Marketing expert, driven by curiosity and the goal to explore the world. I have worked and lived in 5 different countries so far but nothing shaped me like my current Expat Experience.

I am on a mission to help women who moved abroad, repatriated to their home country or re-joined the job market after spending valuable time with their family in finding their professional identity and start to trust in their skills and impact.  

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Welcome to sharethelove!

How will you manage your abroad?

The way to get started is by identifying what makes you strive and removing your barriers that are by 99% chance made up in your own head. We focus on personal growth, intercultural competence and international career advice. Check out my career workbook, download my free guides or browse through my most recent blog posts for more insights.

Free onboarding course for expat partner

I designed a 5-week-Onboarding Journey with a lot of useful information about your new life and the job hunt abroad! Sign-up here and you will receive free downloads and links to explore each week!

  • Strategies to cope with a foreign culture
  • Strategies to cope with a foreign culture
  • Exploration of different entry options to the job market
  • Self-Branding & Networking tools
  • Downloads & Checklists
kate, sharethelove, expat, coach, katharina von knobloch, sharethelove

Welcome to sharethelove!

Hi! I am Kate, an intercultural coach / career consultant / Marketing expert, driven by curiosity and the goal to explore the world. I have worked and lived in 5 different countries so far but nothing shaped me like my current Expat Experience.

I am on a mission to help women who moved abroad, repatriated to their home country  or re-joined the job market after spending valuable time with their family in finding their professional identity and start to trust in their skills and impact.  

How will you manage your abroad?

The way to get started is by identifying what makes you strive and removing your barriers that are by 99% chance made up in your own head. We focus on personal growth, intercultural competence and international career advice. Check out my career workbook, download my free guides or browse through my most recent blog posts for more insights.

Free onboarding course for expat partner

I designed a 5-week-Onboarding Journey with all useful information about your new life and the job hunt abroad! Sign-up here and you will receive free downloads and links to explore each week!

  • Strategies to cope with a foreign culture
  • Exploration of different entry options to the job market
  • Self-Branding & Networking tools
  • Downloads & Checklists

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CAREER GUIDE for the Expat Partner

Continue your career abroad

  • Straight-forward tool-set to apply in a foreign job market.
  • Valuable advice on how to establish a new network abroad.
  • How to effectively market a career gap.
  • Increase your visibility abroad.
  • Discover different entry points.

Unlock your true goals

  • Define your professional identity.
  • Become clear on what you are looking for.
  • Work on your strengths communication.

I help you design the life you want.

Kate’s workbook is shockingly helpful, and I wished I had a copy when I started my expat career journey in 2015! It comes with exercises that clarify your career purpose (this changes with the various transitions in your life, no doubt). You also get the necessary tools that are relevant to make the changes. Arm yourself with this workbook guide, sit down with a cuppa and let it lead you down the path of a more fulfilled career path abroad, defined entirely by you and not just external factors.

Kendra Lee - Virtual Assistant (Expat in Switzerland)

CAREER GUIDE for the Expat Partner

Continue your career abroad

  • Straight-forward tool-set to apply in a foreign job market.
  • Valuable advice on how to establish a new network abroad.
  • How to effectively market a career gap.
  • Increase your visibility abroad.
  • Discover different entry points.

Unlock your true goals

  • Define your professional identity.
  • Become clear on what you are looking for.
  • Work on your strengths communication.

free resources to get you started

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Expat Blues Help

Download my 7 proven tips & tricks to overcome the Expat Partner blues when you feel isolated and have no idea what to do next.

the value exercise

Check back on what is really important to you in order to decide on where to focus your professional direction abroad.

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Weekly planner

Gain some structure to your week and plan your networking events, nerve-racking but important administrative stuff about moving abroad and all other todos.
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Motivation chart

Create your personal reminder on why you went abroad and your current perspective on how your life could look like. Great tool to get back to after some time.

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