Eva Kempinger, Expats@work Online-coaching

By: Together Abroad 10-06-2013 10:12 AM
Categories: ** HR Trends in Recruitment,

A happy expat simply achieves more…..
Job Search or Career Orientation? That IS the question.
Most people who would like a new job, check out what’s on offer in the ‘job market’. This is looking outwards and around you, and is fine when you know what you’re looking for and what you want.

For expats the key question is “What do I have to offer to employers abroad; not knowing the local language and not knowing so much about the local market?”
When you don’t know, and still have a lot of questions on the subject, then you do well to take a look inside yourself. Career orientation is about the following key questions.
Who am I? What is really important to me, in my career? What do I want to achieve in my career? What kind of mark do I want to make in the world? What would be my dream job? What do I have to offer? What am I good at? My passion, my talents? What would I like to develop, improve upon?

Career/Life Coaching can also help you to answer questions like:
How to get the best out of my current job?
How to achieve a better work/life balance?
What about my purpose in (expat) life?
Am I stuck in a midlife crisis?
Should I stay or should I go?
Outplacement services

Expats@Work
Skype name eva.kempinger2
E: expatsatwork@gmail.com
Contact Eva:
Expats@work

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For an expat moving to the Netherlands, getting the right direction is very important. It's important that one knows which steps and direction to take. Linda is an exceptionally talent counselor, her advice has helped me land a job within a week of coming to the Netherlands. I am grateful for her mentoring and look forward to a great working relationship in the future.

Dr. Hrishiraj S | Clinical Research & Affairs Manager

 Linda provided expert advice on personal branding including developing a top-notch, market-aware CV, highly tailored job applications, and approach strategies with potential employers in the Netherlands. Furthermore, I found Linda to be highly knowledgeable in key related fields such as recruitment strategy, immigration law, contracts, labor agreements, and (un)employment benefits. I would recommend her to anyone who needs professional help with transitioning to a new career.

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Linda is a big mind. She thinks about things that the rest normally overlook. The insight she has about the dutch job market can only be achieved through years of experience and persistence.

Her business savvy is complemented by her mastery of understanding the client's needs and requirements. For my career I could say, she was the “Mary Poppins”, who guided me through thick and thin and helped me to land a career in the Netherlands

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