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The Expert Expat

Author : Melissa Brayer-Hess
ISBN : 9781473644212
Genre : Business & Economics
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Trusted by thousands of families and individuals, The Expert Expat is essential reading for anyone moving overseas. Personal stories – from the authors’ dozens of years abroad as well as the experience of countless expats worldwide – help prepare people for the exhilarating and daunting task of establishing a life far from home. This new edition includes an important chapter on safety, expert advice on preventing identity theft and responding to terrorist threats and, for the increasing number of people traveling solo, guidance on networking and establishing a home. Now more than ever, The Expert Expat’s practical advice and encouragement eases the challenges and helps create a rewarding experience living abroad.
Category: Business & Economics

The Expert Expatriate

Author : Melissa Brayer Hess
ISBN : 1857883209
Genre : Travel
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This book not only covers the practical aspects of relocating; it enters unchartered territory, laying emotional and cultural groundwork to help the expatriate thrive.
Category: Travel

The Expert Expat

Author : Bryan Westra
ISBN : 1502588803
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Read about this gripping account of how I ripped away from an old life, and lived out a completely different existence altogether. I left the United States of America, bought an airplane ticket to India, and lived there successfully. It wasn't always easy, fun, or games, but what I learned will greatly benefit anyone wanting to do the same. The country doesn't matter, as this advice will help you master living anywhere in the world you want successfully. You have to read this book. This book teaches you how to manage as an expatriate or what some refer to as an expat. You will learn how to disappear, plan, and successfully execute a new life for yourself. You'll also learn some valuable advice tips from someone who's actually done it successfully for years. If you don't want to get found. If you want to live a completely different existence. If you want to live in a particular country. Whatever your reasons are for wanting to become an expatriate I show you how to be an expat, or how to be an expatriate successfully. Hurry! Grab your copy of this book today, as I'm not sure how long I'll let it circulate. I have my reasons. You'll love this book!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Expat Guide

Author : Martine Maurel
ISBN : 1581127758
Genre : Travel
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The Expat Guide: Moscow is designed for the expatriate either planning to move to Moscow or who is already living in Moscow. It is hoped that information in this guide will help reduce the steepness of the learning curve that the new expatriate in Moscow has to undergo in order to establish a rewarding, and fulfilling life in a huge and often bewildering city. The guide has been written by an expatriate who related the research she conducted to the progressive stages of her personal learning curve. The author has experienced first-hand the trials and tribulations... and the joys, of learning to live in Moscow.
Category: Travel

Club Expat

Author : Aniket Shah
ISBN : 9781598580280
Genre : Travel
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Club Expat: A Teenager's Guide to Moving Overseas is a comprehensive guidebook for any young adult or family moving overseas. Written by two former expatriate teenagers, this book is the culmination of experiences of students all around the world and of broad consultations with dozens of experts in the field of international relocation. Covering topics ranging from culture shock to the intricacies of overseas life, this guidebook will serve as the knowledgeable "companion" for young adults embarking on a new journey overseas. Aniket and Akash Shah are brothers who lived with their family in Europe and Asia for several years as expatriates. They were born in Allentown, Pennsylvania and lived in different parts of the United States before moving abroad. Aniket and Akash are members of the Class of 2009 and the Class of 2006, respectively, at Yale University.
Category: Travel

Expatriate Manager S Adaption And Knowledge Acquisition

Author : Yan Li
ISBN : 9789811000539
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is among the first to theoretically and empirically examine what and how Western expatriate managers learn and develop from their international assignments in China. The book draws on literature associated with expatriate studies, experiential learning theory, and knowledge acquisition to develop an expatriate learning process model. Following on from this, the study then examines expatriate learning outcomes from four perspectives: learning style transition, adaptive flexibility, global mind-sets and managerial tacit knowledge. It enhances understanding of the cultural differences between Western countries and China as well as the kinds of learning strategies successful expatriates adopt in order to quickly adapt to intercultural business contexts. This book will appeal to international business practitioners and research fellows who are interested in international human resource management.
Category: Business & Economics

An Expat S Life Luxembourg The White Rose

Author : David Robinson
ISBN : 9780595763023
Genre : Travel
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An Expat's Life, Luxembourg & The White Rose is a refreshing and forthright take on the Englishman Abroad genre. Reading David Robinson's relaxed prose is like sitting down for a drink or two with the author in the pub of the title. Indeed, as the tome progresses, so the reader warms to Robinson's down-to-earth character. The author's very personal view of an expat's life in Luxembourg is not overbearing, and even the most informed reader will learn something new about the history of the Grand Duchy, its bureaucracy and social conventions and attitudes. The book is brimful with little snippets of useful information and trivia for those unfamiliar with the country, and Robinson's anecdotes will spark empathy with readers who live, or have lived, in Luxembourg. -Duncan Roberts, editor of 352 Magazine.
Category: Travel

The Aussie Expat

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ISBN : 9789810575465
Genre : Australians
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The New American Expat

Author : William Russell Melton
ISBN : UOM:39015062880920
Genre : Business & Economics
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The American World Citizen is, first, a complete and up-to-date guide on how to be a successful American expatriate—how to find foreign jobs and preparing for life as an expatriate; how to move to a new country and adjusting to foreign cultures; how to be successful in a job overseas and how to reintegrate yourself back home at the end of a long foreign assignment. In addition, The American World Citizen is the first book on this subject to address two timely and important issues facing today's American expatriate: · How to be an American while living and working abroad. This is a controversial topic, given the increasingly critical view of the US held by many throughout the world and the consequent damage to our global image. · How to live and work in foreign countries safely and securely in light of the new dangers and risks facing Americans in the post-9/11 world.
Category: Business & Economics

The Expat Arc

Author : Danielle Barkhouse
ISBN : 1434844730
Genre : Travel
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"Don't read this if you're expecting deep insights on culture, politics or religion in India. Oh no. I'm far too shallow and lack the intelligence necessary for that. I'm not an expert about anything. I'm just here for a good time and amusing myself about it to stay sane." Danielle Barkhouse researched and prepared for her family's relocation from Illinois to India. She was an experienced expatriate, so she thought she knew the range of feelings that she would experience. She was wrong. "I have found that most expats don't really talk about culture shock. We all look at one another and know we're each going through it at some level. Some people will say they're fine, when they're really not. And then there's me. Let's just put it under a microscope, magnify the details and write about it! That's all this really is, a magnification of the details." The journey that most expatriates take when they leave their home country for an assignment abroad is like an arc. The Expat Arc is a collection of Danielle's journal entries detailing her expat arc path beginning with the honeymoon phase, hanging out in the rejection phase longer than desired and plowing her way into the phase of acceptance. It's a very personal and detailed description of her journey over the arc of culture shock, identity crisis and settling in. It includes nuggets of her humor, insight and a few 'light bulb moments' about living abroad. "Luckily, coming back down the other side, the arc is transformed into a colorful rainbow and we know what's at the end of a rainbow!" Priceless treasures and golden nuggets.
Category: Travel