© Helen Watts 2016
Returning “home” from living overseas presents you with unprecedented opportunities for evaluating your life and moving forward in ways you hadn't foreseen or imagined.
Whether you've been away for a few weeks or several years, experiences of different cultures touch you deeply. You can come back to your passport country and continue as you were, perhaps wondering several years down the line what it was all about. Or you can seek the integration of those experiences into your ongoing life: you can reshape your future as a changed person, allowing the impact of your experience to affect everything you do.
The transition time you face – starting with the decision to leave your location and lasting well after arriving in your new home – is a key time for asking questions and taking hold of the opportunities that arise. By combining debriefing with life coaching, Helen Watts provides understanding and accompaniment to repatriates during their re-
I offer debriefing sessions for individuals or for couples, separate to or combined with this series of coaching sessions. Click here to contact me to discuss your needs.
I offer debriefing sessions for your expat staff and / or their spouses when they return from an overseas assignment, no matter how relatively easy or challenging the assignment has been.
Coaching is then for those who would like ongoing support to help them readjust to being back in their “home” country. This can sometimes be a big issue, both for staff and accompanying spouses. Investing in your staff during their repatriation can lead to more engaged workers and less fall-
I also offer seminars on transition for groups of returning staff to help them as individuals and as a group to work through their experiences. Teams grow stronger as a result of shared experiences in living overseas and in coming “home” -
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“I would highly recommend Helen's debriefing process for those who have recently repatriated. I'm certain that I am going to be experiencing benefits from the insights I gained during my debriefing for months to come.”
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