Moving abroad (especially as the Expat Partner) can have a huge impact on your career. Legal barriers can make a stop to your professional development as well as language difficulties or low self-esteem after endless rejections in a foreign job market. Facing difficulties with continuing my professional career path was my Number One motivation for starting this website in the first place. I was shocked to find out, that I am no exception but the norm. I decided that something has to change!
On this page, you will find a lot of information about career planning, career branding, and some coaching exercises.
If you want to have everything in a concentrated, detailed, and haptically prepared form in your hands, I recommend my two ebooks for direct download.
In my coaching, I have spoken to so many expats who are struggling with including their time abroad in a way that portraits it as an accomplishment. Therefore, I want to dedicate this blog post to all those who want to improve their CV right now and need a bit of motivation to finally do it right.
Many women are looking for the second act in their life after caring for the children for decades. Other women are already struggling with returning to work after only a couple of years of the career paths. No matter the lengths away from the workplace, many women have two things in common: they are highly educated but lacking the network and the confidence to get back on track after a career hiatus.
Since COVID19, women have reached out to me asking whether they should still apply for jobs. They hesitated to send out resumes and continue investing time and energy into looking for opportunities. In this blog post, I am talking about was has and was has NOT changed since COVID19 and how to prepare for the competitive journey of getting your dream job.
Becoming a mother most likely creates a shift in your perspectives and your priorities in life. Like with any other major life change it offers the possibility to reflect on the path behind and provokes the question of What next? While mother AND father are facing a new era, it is especially challenging for the one who pauses a career and becomes the major caregiver. In this blog post, I reflect on the different family models and how to decide what’s best for you.