Make sure your international recruits stay and thrive.
I can help you make sure they have the support they need to adapt & succeed abroad and make this a place worth staying.
Trust is what makes people stay.
Talent that moves internationally and with family can't just focus on their solo-career. They have a responsibility towards their familys' wellbeing.
A company that understands and cares about a person beyond the ROI they bring to the position they were hired for, creates trust in the talent and more stability for the organisation.
You know this, because you're living the same reality:
At work we need to perform
At home we need to see perspective & regenerate.
Adapt & Succeed is taking the guess work out of "Now what?!" after having been hired abroad. It's helping with all phases of transition: before, during and after arrival. It is set out to help the participant to:
Adapt & Succeed Abroad
on-demand, all-inclusive coaching, Plus individualized 1:1 support
Replacing a talent will cost approx.
2.5x their annual salary
5Elements to wellbeing
are mainly related to the work environment
wellbeing are what we take care of at home - especially after CoVid.
Unlike any other program of its kind, it provides strategies to address the mental and emotional hurdles commonly overlooked by traditional relocation assistance programs.
Whether you’re a first-time expat or on your tenth assignment, an accompanying partner, a “lovepat,” or you’re repatriating back home. Trust Adapt & Succeed to be by your side so you can show up, stay on track, and flourish, even when things get challenging.
Adapt & Succeed Abroad
a 360° system to help you adjust and thrive at your new location.
"There is no such thing as 'Work-Life-Balance' with work on the opposite side of private happiness. They're connected and informing eachother like inhale & exhale."
Meet the team
Dipl.-Designer, better-Living-Activist, program facilitator
Is an interior- & product designer who studied at RMIT University in Melbourne and graduated from FH Aachen in Germany.
Nic grew up as a third-culture-kid to immigrant parents, lived in 7 countries in the last 19 years and is obsessed with the idea that all spaces should serve wellbeing.
She founded A Home Worth Having in 2018 and loves her expat clients that are finally 'all in' and ready to make their home away from home THE home of their multi-cultural life.
Sweden is her 7th country after Germany, USA, Australia, Scotland, France and Switzerland, where she raises 2 TCKs in a multi-cultural marriage.
Executive Coach & Intercultural specialist, Program developer
Sundae Schneider-Bean is an executive coach, experienced trainer and intercultural specialist. She is committed to helping professionals and their families live well and work successfully across cultures – without losing their sense of purpose and adventure. Her clients include European multi-national organizations, international NGOs, and Fortune 500 companies, representing 60 countries across 6 continents. Since 2013 Sundae has lived in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso and most recently, Pretoria, South Africa. More about her can be found at www.sundaebean.com