Eliminating risk of expat failure!



Moving your expats closer to success!

The founders


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Expectations is a solution to easily prevent and eliminate the risk of expatriate failure in multinational organisations!

An incredible user-friendly tool that each global HR-manager can use to select, match and develop expatriates to be successful in their assignments!

What’s it really about!

We match specific cultural characteristics with the behavioural profile of a candidate. This gives us detailed information to pinpoint which differences may cause the candidate to perform less than expected!

How does this benefit you?

Improves the quality of the project!

Reduces the time necessary to recruit expatriates!

Assigns the most qualified and suitable candidate!

Reduces failure rates, and save costs!

Some satisfied users!

"Expatations really helped Executive Coaching in it's coaching advise to several multinational clients. We were able to deliver strong recommendations on how the selected expatriates should be prepared for their assignments. I would choose Expatations for every following assignment that involves placing or preparing expatriates!"

− James Polman - Executive Coaching

"We used Expatations to get a better understanding of who we should place for a foreign assignment. We matched both candidates to the assignment, and the results were astonishing! With the data from Expatations, we were able to select the right candidate and assured the project of a successful completion!"

− Fred Münster - InterContinental Hotels

A few simple steps is all it takes!

Take a shot at it and make the demo! Experience how we can already create a solid recommendations with some basic information!

Our method!

Combining extensive experience and well known theories and studies on cultural differences with a solid and proven in-house assessment tool, Expatations is able to really touch the core on solving expatriate failure!

We take the best elements from each theory and combine them to form the bases of Expatations. This approach is first of its kind!