Expatriate Assignments and Relocation to India

According to the recent Brookfield Global Relocation Survey, expats from around the world ranked India as one of the most difficult international assignments, second only to China. Cultural differences in the workplace and in everyday life make the adjustments challenging for both executives and their families. 

Top multinational corporations understand both the costs and benefits of international assignments and often invest in cross-cultural training to reduce the risk of assignment failure. According to the Global Relocation Trends Report, over seventy percent of participants find cross-cultural training to be of significant value for their adjustment process. The value of cultural training is further enhanced when the training is offered on sight by those who have moved through the transitions which are common in relocating to India.

Our cultural orientation workshops led by experienced expats help newcomers successfully navigate issues of cultural adaptation and culture shock. Topics include…

  • Foundational Cultural Models
  • Cultural Behaviors, Values, and Worldview
  • Culture Shock and Culture Stress
  • Stages of Cultural Adaptation
  • Practical Issues in Adjustment
  • Country Specific Information

Allow us to help you thrive while working and living internationally.

“The Jack Welch of the future cannot be me… The next head of General Electric will be somebody who spent time in Bombay, Hong Kong, Buenos Aires. We have to send our best and brightest overseas and make sure they have the training that will allow them to be the global leaders who will make GE flourish in the future.” –Jack Welch

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