Featured events

Expat Academy Club 100 Network Huddle

Club 100 Network Huddle

Huddles are a member-only day for our Networks to get together and discuss current hot topics, share challenges and solutions and gain an understanding of broader market practice. The day is an opportunity to meet with other Global Mobility professionals managing a similar-sized expatriate population and listen and learn from each other, the Expat Academy team and the expertise of our technical partners.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 5.00pm
INVESTMENT: MEMBERS ONLY
10
Jan
2019
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Venue / London
PwC

7 More London Riverside
London SE1 2RT

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

Members of the Expat Academy Club 100 Network, i.e. Global Mobility professionals managing an expatriate population of fewer than 100 people

What to expect
  • small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here. For an idea of what was discussed at previous Huddles and the takeaways for attendees, read these posts.

What our members have to say:

“I am in a stand-alone role so the opportunity to hear from other mobility professionals and find out what other mobility teams are up to is invaluable.  Being able to benchmark/cross-check mobility issues with other organisations in the Club 100 Network gives me credibility as a trusted advisor in my own organisation.”

Dominique Dee, Eversheds Sutherland


"I really enjoyed the pace and content of today’s session and thought that the roundtable format worked really well for networking. I would like to thank the Expat Academy team for taking the time to introduce me to other members of the group. I’m looking forward to the next club 100 session."

Fedra Nicholls, Debenhams


"The forum to find out what other mobility teams are doing is fantastic”

Steve Hawkins, AB AGRI Ltd


 

Expat Academy GloMo Training - Effective Communication Skills

GloMo Training – Effective Communication Skills

Communication is a given.  We don’t think about how we do it, and never really notice it till it all goes wrong.  But the way you communicate with other people has a huge impact not only on how they view you, but on your ability to get things done.  Whether it’s just being a good listener as an assignee opens up about their life challenges, influencing a business leader or dealing with emotional responses, a good communicator has a huge advantage.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 4.00pm
INVESTMENT: £600 + VAT (COMPLIMENTARY TO EXPAT ACADEMY MEMBERS)
07
Feb
2019
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Venue / London
Equus Software

1 Norton Folgate,
London, E1 6DB

This highly interactive course will focus on the communication challenges facing the global mobility professional:

• Adapting your style to the audience and situation
• Influencing and persuading
• Handling difficult conversations and objectives

Not only will you be able to attend a one day workshop with one of Learnlight’s expert trainers, you will get a 12 month license to their digital blended content to help your learning transfer from the classroom and become a natural part of your work style.

Expat Academy Expat Academy & Worldwide ERC Frankfurt Mobility Summit

Expat Academy & Worldwide ERC Frankfurt Mobility Summit

New for 2019 the Frankfurt Mobility Summit is being run in collaboration with Worldwide ERC for Global Mobility professionals to come together to share current operational challenges and gain advice from fellow network members and industry experts.

VENUE: Frankfurt
TIME: 9.00am - 5.00pm
INVESTMENT: Free to in-house Global Mobility professionals. Service Providers email james@expat-academy.com.
07
Feb
2019
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Venue / Frankfurt
InterContinental

Wilhelm-Leuschner-Straße 43
60329 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

European cities are vying to attract new investment and jobs in the post-Brexit wave, and Frankfurt is emerging as a leading EU epicenter, ready to embrace opportunities. Perhaps best known as a financial hub and home to the European Central Bank, Frankfurt achieves much of its reputation for stability and resilience by also serving as HQ site of choice for organisations from such diverse sectors as the creative, IT, telecommunications, biotech, life sciences and transportation logistics industries. We’ll be bringing together some of the best minds from sectors like these to share their workforce mobility challenges, solutions, ideas and new technologies.

Open to in-house Global Mobility professionals, the aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst.

 

Expat Academy Amsterdam - Network Huddle

Amsterdam – Network Huddle

Our Amsterdam Network Huddle is for Global Mobility professionals to come together to share current operational challenges and gain advice from fellow network members and industry experts.

VENUE: Amsterdam
TIME: 9.15am - 4.30pm
INVESTMENT: Free. By invitation only to in-house Global Mobility professionals.
12
Feb
2019
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Venue / Amsterdam
Tom Tom

De Ruijterkade 154
1011 AC Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

 

 

 

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

In- house Global Mobility professionals.

What to expect
  • a combination of small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues and presentations from technical experts
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences and the expertise of technical experts
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here.

What our members have to say:

I really enjoyed the Expat Academy Amsterdam Huddle. It was a great opportunity to connect and share knowledge with other Global Mobility professionals. Especially the discussion parts were very useful; to share cases and learn from what others are doing (or not doing and why).

Bianca Balker, FrieslandCampina Corporate Centre

 

 

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Expat Academy Geneva - Network Huddle

Geneva – Network Huddle

Our Geneva Network Huddle is for Global Mobility professionals to come together to share current operational challenges and gain advice from fellow network members and industry experts.

VENUE: Geneva
TIME: 9.15am - 4.30pm
INVESTMENT: Free. By invitation only to in-house Global Mobility professionals.
13
Feb
2019
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Venue / Geneva
Ernst & Young SA

Rte de Chancy 59, Case postale,
1213 Genève, Suisse

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

In-house Global Mobility professionals.

What to expect
  • a combination of small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues and presentations from technical experts
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences and the expertise of technical experts
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here.

Sponsors

Expat Academy Dublin - Network Huddle

Dublin – Network Huddle

Our Dublin Network Huddle is for Global Mobility professionals to come together to share current operational challenges and gain advice from fellow network members and industry experts.

VENUE: Dublin
TIME: 9.15am - 4.30pm
INVESTMENT: Free. By invitation only to in-house Global Mobility professionals.
14
Feb
2019
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Venue / Dublin
UnitedHealthcare Global

70 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay,
Grand Canal Dock, Dublin 2

 

 

 

 

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

In- house Global Mobility professionals.

What to expect
  • a combination of small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues and presentations from technical experts
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences and the expertise of technical experts
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here.

 

 

 

Sponsors

Expat Academy Aberdeen - Network Huddle

Aberdeen – Network Huddle

Our Aberdeen Network Huddle is for Global Mobility professionals to come together to share current operational challenges and gain advice from fellow network members and industry experts.

VENUE: Aberdeen
TIME: 9.15am - 4.30pm
INVESTMENT: Free. By invitation only to in-house Global Mobility professionals.
01
Mar
2019
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Venue / Aberdeen
PwC

The Capitol, 431 Union Street
Aberdeen AB11 6DA

 

 

 

 

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

In- house Global Mobility professionals.

What to expect
  • a combination of small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues and presentations from technical experts
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences and the expertise of technical experts
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here.

 

 

 

Sponsors

Expat Academy Bite Size Briefing

Bite Size Briefing

Bite Size Briefings are a member-only day of short sharp presentations designed to increase your knowledge and understanding of Global Mobility through technical updates, industry insights and learning about the latest trends.  The day is an opportunity to listen and learn from the Expat Academy team and our technical training partners.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am-5.00pm
INVESTMENT: MEMBERS ONLY
05
Mar
2019
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Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to get you thinking, enhance your specialist Global Mobility knowledge and aid your professional development.  You will end the day with improved knowledge to translate into your own world and put into practice when you get back to your office.

What to expect
  • theatre-style seating with presentations from speakers
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn
  • apply the latest UK and key global tax changes to your organisation through your new understanding of how they affect globally mobile employees
  • draft an RfP to attract the best model fit for your organisation
  • write a business case to streamline admin for your assignee population and source the technology solution
  • understand accommodation practices and manage the associated costs effectively
  • be able to better support assignees and their families through the International Private Medical Insurance cover your organisation provides
What our members have to say:

"A very good mix of topics. Different companies providing examples of what they have done is really insightful, and it's good to know how others are faring with current key issues."

Lizzie Bodington, Capco


"Some great technological content, pitched at the right level."

Sonal Wadher, Tesco


"I thought that today’s session was perfect for a comprehensive overview. I look forward to attending the next session."

Claire Gladstone, Legal and General Investment Management


"An excellent day as always - this is the one organisation where I will always try and attend the events as they are all well run. Perfect amount of information, relevant topics, excellent speakers. Really like the targeted, technical topics. Thank you!"

Beth Griffiths, Mott Macdonald


"The Bite Size Briefings are a great opportunity to find out what’s going on, what’s new and share with other people what’s happening in their industry.
It’s the sharing part of Expat Academy that I find really valuable.
Expat Academy come from an industry background so know exactly what topics we are interested in."

Louise Worbey, Deloitte

Expat Academy Club 100 Network Huddle

Club 100 Network Huddle

Huddles are a member-only day for our Networks to get together and discuss current hot topics, share challenges and solutions and gain an understanding of broader market practice. The day is an opportunity to meet with other Global Mobility professionals managing a similar-sized expatriate population and listen and learn from each other, the Expat Academy team and the expertise of our technical partners.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 5.00pm
INVESTMENT: MEMBERS ONLY
29
Apr
2019
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Venue / London
PwC More London

7 More London Riverside
London SE1 2RT

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

Members of the Expat Academy Club 100 Network, i.e. Global Mobility professionals managing an expatriate population of fewer than 100 people

What to expect
  • small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here. For an idea of what was discussed at previous Huddles and the takeaways for attendees, read these posts.

What our members have to say:

“I am in a stand-alone role so the opportunity to hear from other mobility professionals and find out what other mobility teams are up to is invaluable.  Being able to benchmark/cross-check mobility issues with other organisations in the Club 100 Network gives me credibility as a trusted advisor in my own organisation.”

Dominique Dee, Eversheds Sutherland


"I really enjoyed the pace and content of today’s session and thought that the roundtable format worked really well for networking. I would like to thank the Expat Academy team for taking the time to introduce me to other members of the group. I’m looking forward to the next club 100 session."

Fedra Nicholls, Debenhams


"The forum to find out what other mobility teams are doing is fantastic”

Steve Hawkins, AB AGRI Ltd

Expat Academy Bite Size Briefing

Bite Size Briefing

Bite Size Briefings are a member-only day of short sharp presentations designed to increase your knowledge and understanding of Global Mobility through technical updates, industry insights and learning about the latest trends.  The day is an opportunity to listen and learn from the Expat Academy team and our technical training partners.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am-5.00pm
INVESTMENT: MEMBERS ONLY
10
Jun
2019
More Info
Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to get you thinking, enhance your specialist Global Mobility knowledge and aid your professional development.  You will end the day with improved knowledge to translate into your own world and put into practice when you get back to your office.

What to expect
  • theatre-style seating with presentations from speakers
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn
  • apply the latest UK and key global tax changes to your organisation through your new understanding of how they affect globally mobile employees
  • draft an RfP to attract the best model fit for your organisation
  • write a business case to streamline admin for your assignee population and source the technology solution
  • understand accommodation practices and manage the associated costs effectively
  • be able to better support assignees and their families through the International Private Medical Insurance cover your organisation provides
What our members have to say:

"A very good mix of topics. Different companies providing examples of what they have done is really insightful, and it's good to know how others are faring with current key issues."

Lizzie Bodington, Capco


"Some great technological content, pitched at the right level."

Sonal Wadher, Tesco


"I thought that today’s session was perfect for a comprehensive overview. I look forward to attending the next session."

Claire Gladstone, Legal and General Investment Management


"An excellent day as always - this is the one organisation where I will always try and attend the events as they are all well run. Perfect amount of information, relevant topics, excellent speakers. Really like the targeted, technical topics. Thank you!"

Beth Griffiths, Mott Macdonald


"The Bite Size Briefings are a great opportunity to find out what’s going on, what’s new and share with other people what’s happening in their industry.
It’s the sharing part of Expat Academy that I find really valuable.
Expat Academy come from an industry background so know exactly what topics we are interested in."

Louise Worbey, Deloitte

Expat Academy Virtual Meeting Training

Virtual Meeting Training

Delivered virtually in a 90-minute session

VENUE: Online
TIME: 10.00am - 11.30am
INVESTMENT: Members only
19
Jun
2019
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Venue / Online

According to the Harvard Business Review, managers can spend up to 50% of their working week in meetings.  In the US, there are 25 million meetings per day at an estimated cost of $37 billion in lost productivity.  Of all the meetings that we attend, the most unproductive are the virtual meetings.  Connection issues, multitasking, distractions, and poor facilitation mean that the time we would have spent travelling to a face to face meeting would have been more efficient than attending the virtual conference.  How can we reclaim that time and boost meeting efficiency?  This session will give you the skills to improve your meeting skills, whether as a facilitator/chair or as a participant.

Delivered virtually in a 90-minute session, you will be able to practice the skills you learn during the session.  You will explore how to:

  • Adjust your meeting skills for the virtual environment
  • Increase engagement and ensure best use of the time
  • Flex your communication style to your virtual audience
Expat Academy Birmingham - Network Huddle

Birmingham – Network Huddle

For Global Mobility professionals to get together and discuss current hot topics, share challenges and solutions and gain an understanding of broader market practice. The day is an opportunity to listen and learn from other Global Mobility professionals, the Expat Academy team and our technical partners.

VENUE: Birmingham
TIME: 9.45am - 4.30pm
INVESTMENT: Members only
02
Jul
2019
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Venue / Birmingham
BDO LLP

Two Snowhill,
Birmingham, B4 6GA

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

In-house Global Mobility professionals.

What to expect
  • a combination of small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues and presentations from technical experts
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences and the expertise of technical experts
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here.

Sponsors

Expat Academy GloMo Training - Essential Global Mobility

GloMo Training – Essential Global Mobility

Our Essential Global Mobility training is an engaging one-day course which lifts the lid on the secrets of Global Mobility. Covering the fundamentals of the assignment life cycle, tax, and immigration, this training course provides a solid grounding in Global Mobility.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 4.00pm
INVESTMENT: £600 + VAT (COMPLIMENTARY TO EXPAT ACADEMY MEMBERS)
08
Jul
2019
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Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Who should attend
  • been in a Global Mobility role for less than 12 months
  • a non-Global Mobility specialist who wishes to broaden their Global Mobility knowledge
Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to demystify the Global Mobility world, explain the fundamentals of Global Mobility practice, and aid your professional development. You will end the day with a greater understanding of Global Mobility and have the confidence to put your newly-learnt knowledge in to practice as soon as you get back to your desk

What to expect
  • split into small groups to share experiences and raise questions
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks and over lunch to grow your network
  • course handbook to add notes to and take away for reference
What you will learn
  • understand the jargon used by your Global Mobility colleagues and be able to explain information to assignees
  • be aware of how organisations support their assignees and families whilst overseas
  • how to spot any tax compliance issues and seek further professional advice as appropriate
  • help the business to take proactive steps to minimise immigration challenges
What our members have to say:

"This course covered all the Global Mobility basics and allowed me to consolidate my knowledge in key areas such as tax and immigration. I would recommend this course not only to those new to Global Mobility but also to professionals who wish to refresh and update their knowledge.  I am really looking forward to continuing with the next course."

Jorge Capella, Deloitte


"The course gives you a greater appreciation for how complex the world of Global Mobility is. It will certainly help in the way we approach and engage with GM Managers. It was great and makes me even more determined to promote the value of some of the support services. Thank you for sharing your knowledge and experience!"

Teresa Wighton, BUPA


"In one day I have learnt what I could have in shadowing for a month. I have come away with lots and lots of knowledge and the handout will be really useful."

Chloe Freedman, Brambles


"Immigration responsibilities are transferring to the GM team so the training today will help hugely.  The training booklet will be really helpful when relaying the information to the rest of the team"

Amy Farricker, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Expat Academy GloMo Training - Global Mobility Policies

GloMo Training – Global Mobility Policies

Delve into how Global Mobility policies are segmented; the differences between key policies and the impact this has on the cost of an international assignment and level of services provided. Plus find out about emerging policies we see amongst our in-house GM community. Suitable for anyone looking to fill the gap in their policy knowledge and gain insights into the latest trends with a focus on cost effective policies.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 4.00pm
INVESTMENT: £600 + VAT (COMPLIMENTARY TO EXPAT ACADEMY MEMBERS)
09
Jul
2019
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Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Course Outline
Global mobility policy design and segmentation

A review of the typical drivers for international assignments and how these impact Global Mobility Policy Design and strategy.

Relocation policy

An introduction to the “typical” components of a relocation policy for globally mobile employees.

The home based approach

A re-cap on the traditional expatriate “balance sheet”, how to adapt this for your more junior “rising stars” and your VIPS.

Host packages

When to consider the Host approach, the pros the cons and understanding when it just won’t work.

Local plus

A review of the typical additional benefits organisations use to supplement Host packages in some locations.

STA and Commuter policies

What is common practice for those moving on a short term basis or requesting to commute between home and host locations.

Alternative policies

An opportunity to discuss emerging Global Mobility policies such as Regional, Self-initiated, localisation policies, split family, pioneer, STBV frameworks and more fluid policy models.

Case studies to apply key learning outcomes
What our attendees have to say:

"We are about to review our policies so this was a really helpful summary of what we could do and why we might benefit from adapting our approach. It also helped me realise that there is a gap in one of our procedures that needs correcting!"

Caroline McCoy, Computacenter

“This course  helped to grow my knowledge about the different policies which will really help me when dealing with my clients." 

Francesca Conidi, Topia

Expat Academy GloMo Training - Working Effectively Across Cultures

GloMo Training – Working Effectively Across Cultures

Increase knowledge of cultural values, attitudes and their impact on international working and raise awareness of your own working preferences and communication style.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 4.00pm
INVESTMENT: £600 + VAT (COMPLIMENTARY TO EXPAT ACADEMY MEMBERS)
10
Jul
2019
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Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Course Outline

This training session will give you an understanding of  the key cultural challenges of the cultures represented by your colleagues and clients, and will help you to develop intercultural skills to build more effective business relationships across cultural boundaries.

The course will delve into the following:
  • Learn an effective model to identify cultural behaviour and values
  • Understand the impact of culture on work behaviours
  • Identify culturally appropriate responses
  • Learn how to adapt your communication style to be culturally effective
  • Examine how to bridge the cultural gap

This training session will be great for anyone who interacts directly with the internal Global Mobility team and in particular those who work in business development.

 

Expat Academy GloMo Training - Intermediate Course

GloMo Training – Intermediate Course

This one-day technical course for in-house Global Mobility professionals with a minimum of three years’ experience covers immigration, tax, employment law and assignee compensation methodology.  Using numerous case studies you will have the opportunity to delve into each area to build on your global mobility knowledge.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 4.00pm
INVESTMENT: £600 + VAT (COMPLIMENTARY TO EXPAT ACADEMY MEMBERS)
11
Jul
2019
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Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Course Outline
Tier 2 sponsorship compliance

We will guide you through the key aspects of preparing for a Home Office compliance visit using a case study to highlight common sponsor duty pitfalls.  Annabel Mace, Squire Patten Boggs

Tax

Working through three case studies to highlight the more complex issues arising in relation to tax, social security and reporting implications from both UK and European headquartered companies.  Zoe Cuthbert, BDO

AIRINC

With the use of case studies, AIRINC will look at spendable income, clarifying what it is and what it is not, look at it in the context of a balance sheet and give an overview of how home/host spendable income is calculated and the factors that impact it. They will cover COLA and provide guidance on how to articulate COLA changes to assignees. They will also cover location allowance and when it should be paid. Emily Stewart and Michael Joyce, AIRINC

Saying Goodbye

We will look at the employment law elements of ending expat relationships in the UK including a case study addressing both practical issues and documentary requirements.  Annabel Mace, Squire Patton Boggs

Expat Academy GloMo Training - Presentation Skills

GloMo Training – Presentation Skills

Equip yourself with the skills and tools to deliver effective presentations with confidence to international audiences.  You will receive individual feedback on your presentation style and tips on ways to improve.

VENUE: London
TIME: 9.45am - 4.00pm
INVESTMENT: £600 + VAT (COMPLIMENTARY TO EXPAT ACADEMY MEMBERS)
12
Jul
2019
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Venue / London
BDO

55 Baker Street,
London, W1U 7EU

Course Outline
Introduction and objectives
  • Diagnostic task: your strengths and weaknesses
  • What makes a good presentation? And a good presenter?
Using your voice
  • Activity: How do I sound?
  • Intonation to maintain interest
  • Pacing and pausing
  • Activity: Practice exercises
Re-examining your use of English for presenting
  • Signposting and linking
  • Language for emphasis and impact
  • Global English
  • Activity: Practice exercises
Understanding your audience
  • Identifying audience expectations and needs
  • Clarifying your purpose and objective for the presentation
  • Activity: Intercultural communication styles
  • Direct and indirect, high and low context communications
  • Attitudes to time and space, status and hierarchy
  • Group vs. individual focus
Preparing your presentation
  • Tailoring key messages for a specific audience
  • Choosing your presentation structure, style and format
  • Preparing and working with notes and slides
Delivering your presentation
  • Effective opening and closing
  • Using humour and anecdote
  • Improving your ‘active’ listening skills
  • Handling difficult questions from your audience
  • Dealing with silence
Action Planning and final Q&A

"This was a really great training course to attend as we all have to present ourselves everyday in different ways. I will definitely recommend it to others in my company."

Sangeeta Shetty, JP Morgan Chase


"My ability to present my work to colleagues in the business in a relatable way is so important. This course will help me be at my best at those times."

Natasha Howlett, Deloitte

Expat Academy Amsterdam - Network Huddle

Amsterdam – Network Huddle

Our Amsterdam Network Huddle is for Global Mobility professionals to come together to share current operational challenges and gain advice from fellow network members and industry experts.

VENUE: Amsterdam
TIME: 9.15.am - 4.30pm
INVESTMENT: Free. By invitation only to in-house Global Mobility professionals.
10
Sep
2019
More Info
Venue / Amsterdam
Philips

Amstelplein 2, 1096 BC Amsterdam

Netherlands

 

 

Why you should attend

The aim of the day is to work collaboratively with your peers to overcome the challenges keeping you awake and get answers to the burning questions causing you angst. As the day’s agenda is built around what the attendees want to cover, and is finalised just a week before the Huddle, the conversations are guaranteed to be of immediate benefit.

Who should attend

In- house Global Mobility professionals.

What to expect
  • a combination of small roundtable sessions to discuss current issues and presentations from technical experts
  • feedback from other tables to learn from wider experiences and the expertise of technical experts
  • corporate updates from members on their latest challenges and projects
  • mix, mingle and chat during regular breaks & over lunch
  • networking drinks bring the day to a close
What you will learn

To ensure what is discussed at this Huddle reflects the burning issues of the day, the agenda is only determined a week in advance, and will be posted here.

What our members have to say:

I really enjoyed the Expat Academy Amsterdam Huddle. It was a great opportunity to connect and share knowledge with other Global Mobility professionals. Especially the discussion parts were very useful; to share cases and learn from what others are doing (or not doing and why).

Bianca Balker, FrieslandCampina Corporate Centre

 

Sponsors

Want a copy of our 2018 Conference brochure?

The Expat Academy community of members and partners got together for the Global Mobility collaboration event of the year at our Annual Conference on 24th September.  The day was packed full of opportunities to be inspired, learn about the latest trends and gain valuable industry insights. If you do not have a copy of the brochure, featuring informative and educational articles by our partners, click on the link below to download your own copy (it’s a 10MB, 61 page pdf file).

Download the 2018 Annual Conference brochure

 

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