In a flat world, mobility is a top line-item on an executive's resume. An organization must rely on its ability to transplant genius when trouble spots occur, and global assignments are increasingly common among leadership development. Also increasing are the costs of this mobility, and loss of investment is particularly worrisome.
Faced with fluctuating currencies and declining real estate markets, employers are rightly wary about the risk associated with executive relocation. Having a robust reassignment policy that couches loss is essential given the nature of our world economy. In this webcast we'll discuss how recruitment leadership can invigorate and strengthen relocation practices.