If you have studied abroad in the past five years, please take this survey designed to inform my next book. Pass it on to others who have as well!
I recently finished Michael Erard’s latest book, Babel No More, in which he does a fabulous job of taking the reader on an international, historical adventure of polyglots and hyperpolyglots. The book reads much more like a novel at times than an academic treatise. And that’s a good thing.
You don’t need a Kindle to read Go Global! but you do need the free app from Amazon.
I just finished reading this amazing biography on Catherine the Great. If you like well-told tales of history and interesting people, check it out (and don’t let the 625 pages intimidate you – it reads well and quickly).
WPIX NYC’s Craig Treadwell interviews International Careers Expert Stacie Nevadomski Berdan about her new book, GO GLOBAL! Launching an International Career Here or Abroad
Globalization is here and now and happening, faster every year, so all of us — especially high school, undergrad and grad students — will need to figure out how to deal with it.
Go Global! hits the eShelves this week, selling for $4.99. Filled with practical advice and job-seeking strategies, this book is the go-to resource for anyone looking to make a markin today’s global economy. From high school students to mid-career professionals, Go Global! will make a difference!
In my new book, Go Global! Launching an International Career, I provide practical tips on how to prepare for and launch an international career. It includes a full-length chapter on launching a career in China. Don’t miss it – it will be available on Amazon and iTunes in a few weeks!
According to a survey from Natwest International Personal Banking, 83% of women who work abroad believe the experience will improve their career prospects. Check out the full article in The Telegraph here. This research confirms what Perry and I found in our survey four years ago for Get Ahead By Going Abroad: A Woman’s Guide [...]