GenXpat: The Book
The Young Professional's Guide to Making a Successful Life Abroad
Caught up in fast-paced careers that increasingly involve travel and international relocation, many young people find themselves living and working abroad, often at the cost of meaningful relationships and a sense of connection. Margaret Malewski, a cross-cultural trainer and GenXpat, balances the successes and failures of a new generation of young, internationally and culturally mobile professionals. Based on her own experience and that of her colleagues, she offers invaluable advice for a generation that embraces the opportunity and the challenges in overseas assignments.
Aspiring GenXpats learn how to:
GenXpat is published by Intercultural Press.
Available from www.amazon.com , www.amazon.ca and www.amazon.co.uk
“GenXpat offers real-life scenarios for today’s young expatriates, as well as strategies for navigating the transition successfully. I will recommend this book to my clients and their employees as they embark on their overseas assignments.”
—Louis Lima, Director of Training, Prudential Global Workforce Development