Autumn 2019 issue of Relocate magazine is out now!

The latest issue of the leading international magazine for HR, global managers and relocation professionals will explore the big themes and see what 2019 has in store for mobility.

Relocate Magazine Autumn issue 2019 out now

Autumn 2019 issue of Relocate magazine
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As the season changes, in this issue, we open new conversations on a lively mix of topics that reflect the changing political and economic landscape.At the time of going to press, we have a new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and the UK is reeling from political upheaval as the country prepares for a potential no-deal Brexit. The implications for business, immigration, employers and trade are enormous. In this issue we point you in the direction of best practice, putting people at the heart of your organisation’s growth and stability.David Sapsted analyses prospective trade deals with the US and Canada, ahead of global mobility conferences in both countries.Employee experience was only being touched upon a year ago and now it is firmly on the agenda from the employer perspective and that of the expatriate. Dr Susan Shortland examines the value of leveraging employee networks to support global mobility success. On the back of AI advances, Ruth Holmes explores the implications for global mobility and as companies gear up, new surveys indicate that employees are keen to embrace digital transformation. The ethical debate behind automation and transparency, as well as the call for purpose beyond profit, will be on the agenda for many leaders wrestling with change.The value of coaching is gaining momentum and as The Academy of Executive Coaching celebrates its 20th anniversary and a global reach, CEO Gina Lodge shares the benefits of coaching and training for leaders and those wanting to develop innovative cultures.As young people start the beginning of a new academic year, we share exam successes and the importance of finding the right schools and curriculum for relocating families. To rediscover the importance of nurturing the next generation, dip into Clarissa Farr’s new book The Making of Her: Why School Matters – a great read for anyone, whether you are a parent, employer or simply believe in the value of education and what it can achieve for future generations.

Available in print and digital

The Autumn 2019 issue of Relocate magazine is available now in both print and digital format.

Editorial coverage includes:

(Keep checking back as more articles are added to this page)What are the chances of a US-UK trade deal?Canada: A fair trade?US public school vs. private school education for the expat childFlexible & remote working in global mobilityGlobal Mobility in the age of AIEmbrace AI & involve staffLeveraging employee networks for global mobility successProviding an excellent relocation experienceThe rise of the business coachGetting tough on workplace gender equality: from small nudges to big pushes?Repatriation: learning from employee experienceFlying the flag for LGBTQ+ expatriatesServiced apartments: the guest experience opportunityWhat do the 2019 exam results mean for relocating families?Charting the future for girls will save the worldGlobal Mobility Toolkit
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