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Título : Impacto de un programa de coaching para la adaptación del profesional expatriado y su familia
Autor : Crespo, Cristina (dir)
Sánchez Valdivieso, Vanessa María
Descriptores / Subjects : Coaching
Expatriación
Coaching Ejecutivo
Life Coaching
Coaching De Niños
Coaching De Pareja
Fecha de Publicación : may-2016
Ciudad: Editorial : Quito: USFQ, 2016
Cita Sugerida : Tesis (Licenciada en Psicología y Recursos Humanos), Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Colegio de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades; Quito, Ecuador, 2016
Resumen / Abstract: En el mundo globalizado en el que vivimos actualmente, existe una constante competencia entre compañías que intentan expandir su negocio internacionalmente. Como resultado de esto, las compañías envían a sus empleados a trabajar en sedes dentro de otros países, y es aquí cuando se da el fenómeno de la expatriación. A pesar que en la mayoría de ocasiones los procesos de expatriación resultan beneficiosos para los muchos ejecutivos, por su atractivo económico y experiencia dentro de un mercado global, estos conllevan una serie de retos y problemas de adaptación tanto para el (ella) como para su familia. Esto es un problema grave para compañías multinacionales que gastan un alta suma de dinero por mandar a sus ejecutivos a desempeñar tareas en el exterior. Este estudio propone analizar cómo la incorporación de un programa de coaching puede ser una herramienta muy positiva dentro del proceso de adaptación del expatriado y de su familia.
Descripción : In the globalized world in which we live, there is a constant competition between companies seeking to expand their business internationally. As a result, companies send their employees to work in offices in other countries, and this is where the phenomenon of expatriation occurs. Almost 80% of medium to large companies send professionals abroad and 45% plan to increase this number (Harvard Business Review, 1999). Although in most cases the expatriation processes are beneficial for many executives, for their economic attractiveness and experience within a global market, these involve a number of challenges and problems of adaptation both for him or her, and family. It has been documented that a high number of professional expatriates have failures in their international tasks as a result of the little or zero adaptation of the spouse and children. This has become a serious issue for multinational companies since they spend a large sum of money to send their executives to perform tasks in a foreign country. The average cost of having an expatriate can cost two to three times more than a local employee. The salary packages of an expatriate benefits include housing, schooling, transport, international insurance plans among others, which can cost between $ 300,000 to $ 1 million annually for the company. (Harvard Business Review, 1999). Despite the problems encountered in the expatriation processes have been documented and studied, possible solutions to handle the situation remain scarce. Many organizations that practice expatriation do not have the training or experience to provide the support that the expatriate and his family need. This study aims to analyze how the incorporation of a coaching program within the human resource department, can be a very positive tool in the process of adaptation of the expatriate and his family. Coaching is a tool used for improving mental health, quality of life and obtaining goals and purposes (Grant, 2003).
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