When it comes to practical matters, my own experiences abroad can act as shortcuts for others. It’s less about knowledge of the region that will be your new home; it’s primarily about how your new life feels. Let me give a quick example: In cities that are growing so rapidly that you can literally watch them grow, there is an atmosphere of constant unrest and change. Here, by taking a lot of personal responsibility, experienced expats can create special, personal conditions for a stable daily routine. These emotional challenges, and how to deal with them, are topics that no one can read up on – that’s why we address them together. In small groups or individual training sessions – for family members, as well.
My focus is on three countries: India, China, and Germany.
I accompany you in consciously perceiving intercultural differences as well as stereotypes, in order to better accept and understand foreign cultures.