February 2021 PWA ConneXion: Successful tips from the ICCs Handbook

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Wednesday, February 3, 2021, at 18:30

PWA e-ConneXion

How to manage a dual career while on the move?
Successful Tips from the “International Career Couples Handbook”

PWA February eConneXion

PWA February’s ConneXion is here!
An online event dedicated to enhance cross-networking skill and to present the book “The International Career Couple Handbook” written by Jannie Aasted Skov-Hansen and Paul Vanderbroek, one of our PWA Friends.
This is a special opportunity for our community of members because PWA will be hosting other professional women’s networks: HWA Global community and its Italian chapter HereWeAre Italy and for the first time PWA have invited the members of the Education & Career Group of ACDMAE, the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs employees Spouses Association, as well.

Here We Are Global – HWA Global community

Here We Are Italy – Local Chapter HWA in Italy

Education & Career Group of ACDMAE, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spouses Association

About the book:

The International Career Couple Handbook
offers powerful ways to guide internationally mobile talent. From a foundation of deeply caring for a global workforce, the authors share real-life insights into the challenges and opportunities for International Career Couples (ICC) and the organizations deploying them globally.
With in-depth research and substantial HR experience, this book argues that the future of global careers requires a holistic strategic perspective on professionals living and working in international trajectories. Applying organizational methods and facilitating meaningful conversations are ways for ICCs to succeed and for organizations to retain them. This handbook is filled with practical tools for each ICC to construct its own map of the future.
Both authors are themselves each a partner in an ICC as well as parents. Therefore they have first-hand experience of the challenges and opportunities that mark the life of an ICC. They met through a network connection, which underscores one of the book’s main messages: Opportunities arise when you commit to pursuing a long-term vision and short-term goals on a global development path – while remaining open for unexpected turns. They firmly believe that a growth mindset and a supportive network are key for ICC success.

 

 

About the authors:
Jannie Aasted Skov-Hansen (Danish) is a seasoned Human Resource professional, specialized in global people mobility and leadership development. She is Founder of a community and startup consultancy, aimed at supporting ICCs in their global careers.
Dr.Paul Vanderbroeck (Dutch/Swiss) has a background of managing talent in multinational organisations. He is an Executive Coach, an accomplished researcher and sought-after speaker on gender balance and leadership development.
In this online book presentation  you will learn an empowering perspective on the topic of international mobility and dual careers, how International Career Couples can be successful and sustainable in the long term, and discover game-changing best practices, strategies and tools for employers to support global talents.
Join us to enjoy the opportunity to meet new professional women to enlarge your network.  Limited places available.

Register Here

This ConneXion will be held on ZOOM. Registration is mandatory, please be sure to do it to participate to this event.
Participation is open to all registered members and guests. If your have any questions, please contact us
After registration, participants will receive the necessary details to connect via email.
ConneXion check-in commences at 18.15. The event starts at 18.30 and will last until 20:00.

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