Think Global People Autumn 2021 issue – out now!

This is one of the busiest times of the year for relocating employees, expatriates and families on the move. The next issue of the leading international magazine for HR, global managers and relocation professionals will explore the big themes for managing mobility, finance, immigration, property and education in the autumn of 2021.

Autumn Issue 2021 Out Now
Autumn 2021 magazine cover
Welcome to the latest issue of Think Global People, the new home of Relocate Magazine.
Click on the thumbnail image of our latest cover (left) to access the digital edition or scroll down to read all of the articles online (after an introduction from our Managing Editor, Fiona Murchie).

Think Global People presents a new perspective on global leadership, talent mobility and education for life. We’ve got our finger on the pulse. Make sure you are ahead of the game.As the reality of returning to the office begins for many companies in the UK and Europe, the new world of work is emerging. In many parts of Asia, Australia and New Zealand the picture is very different as lockdowns continue. It has never been more important to refresh, reconnect and collaborate to support growth.David Sapsted updates on the UK trade deal situation, which helps spotlight the up-and-coming relocation destinations. Reading the signs for development and inward investment in the future will provide a pathway to growth for many in the global mobility sector supporting both inbound or outbound assignments.In future issues and on the website, we’ll cover developments in specific industry sectors, mapping which companies are expanding or opening in a new region and why, particularly after months of supply chain disruptions.In this edition Ruth Holmes explores what healthy workplaces look like post-Covid, from employee wellbeing to flexible working and diversity and inclusion. She reveals some healthy trends on business transformation and the role of HR.We have insights from Dr Sue Shortland on the future of international mobility and two contributions from the Global Mobility of Employees research project to keep you up to speed with latest trends.With the new academic year upon us, we look at what record-breaking exam results mean for the future of work. Don’t miss how leading schools have reframed their approach to admissions.In July, we took a walk through the Kent countryside to renew, rethink and connect. This helped to consolidate the concept of ‘A new kind of thinking’, which will underpin our new Centre for Global Excellence and Leadership. Watch the video and share your thoughts on the benefits for you, your business and the world. We want to know what you want to be included and why. This really is your opportunity to be proactive in enabling transformation and growth.Join Professor Vlatka Ariaana Hlupic’s Transformational Leadership Programme and don’t miss Sarah Rozenthuler’s workshop “How to find and follow your purpose for career success”, on 7 October.Fiona Murchie, Managing Editor

In this issue:

Crossing the pond: where is the growth?

What do healthy workplaces look like post Covid-19?

The future of international mobility

Location Threats during and after COVID – identifying and managing challenges in hostile environments

Employee well-being during the pandemic

A walk on the wild side: unlocking global excellence & leadership

It is time to transform management and leadership practices to survive and thrive

Permits Foundation celebrates 20th anniversary in support of international dual careers

The power of celebration: learning from the relocate awards

Admissions mean business

Class of 2021: What do record-breaking results mean for the future of work?

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