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Improving the Odds for Expatriates

Findings from the Global Leadership Forecast 2014 | 2015 Multinational Sub-report

Talent practices and leader experiences linked to expatriate success

Talent practices and leader experiences linked to expatriate success

Expatriate programs are critical—and costly—for MNCs pursuing global growth. Despite the size of the investment, these assignments too often fail to live up to expectations. On average, organizations report an expatriate success rate of only 58 percent. For large corporations this can translate to thousands of failed assignments each year, leading to several hundred million dollars in squandered investment.

Our research spanning 383 MNCs and 2,972 leaders identified the six talent practices and seven leader experiences associated with higher expatriate success rates within MNCs as shown above. For more insight and how to turn that insight into action, download the finding, Improving the Odds for Expatriates.

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