This webinar will take place live at 9am EDT on Tuesday, September 3 via this link - https://zoom.us/j/662176551.
It will be available for viewing on FIGT's Facebook page until the end of September, after which it will be available in the Members section of FIGT's website. Click here to learn more about membership.
Global relocation inevitably steals from your most significant relationships. This webinar will explore the nuances of what gets taken and offer practical, powerful ways to regain the losses to build relationships that are better than ever.
Specifically, and strategically designed for expat parents, mobile partners, distanced friends or relatives and anyone else who has felt the relational impact of global mobility.
Sundae Schneider-Bean is a solution-oriented coach, intercultural strategist, podcast host of Expat Happy Hour, and founder of Sundae Schneider-Bean LLC and Trailblazing Spouse®. She also runs the Expats on Purpose Facebook community and can be found at www.sundaebean.com.
Sundae specializes in minimizing time to adapt and maximizing satisfaction and success abroad. She helps individuals adjust as quickly (and painlessly) as possible to the ever-changing circumstances of international life. Sundae helps individuals and organizations expedite success, create meaningful connections (abroad and at home), and cherish the experience. Her podcast Expat Happy Hour has been rated number 1 episode in Places and Travel on iTunes.
She grew up in a farming family in the northern part of the US and has lived in four countries over 20 years with her Swiss-German husband and two boys.
Jerry Jones is a cross-cultural trainer, coach and writer who speaks around the world about the challenges and joys of international life and equips people to do it better. He is the author of The Day Grandma Got Us Kicked Out of Mexico as well as 99 Questions for Global Families and 99 Questions for Global Friends.
Jerry focuses on deep connection with people as a means to move them forward and equip them to realize their cross-cultural goals. He has extensive experience working with individuals, families, and organizations in the context of their transitions and is best known for his blog at www.thecultureblend.com
He grew up in a cornfield in the middle of the US and has lived in China with his wife and two children since 2006 … kind of.