“What Keeps the Dutch Dutch?”
For Whom? Designed for Dutch people coming back to the Netherlands after years of working abroad. Aimed at people who would like to reconnect with their roots and prevent reverse culture shock.
What do I get? Participants will be provided with updated information on the Dutch labour market and business culture. what has changed and how to deal with it. Once someone realises the changes that have happened while they were away, the process of re-integrating to the current trends will be more manageable.
How Much? This 3 hour workshop costs 1.450 Euros ex VAT (1754.5 Euros incl. VAT).
Where? The workshop takes place at our Rotterdam office in the Netherlands or at your office.
Questions? Feel free to contact Nannette Ripmeester via n.ripmeester[at]labourmobility.com or ring us at the office (+31 (0)104 776 816).
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“The tailor-made course that Nannette and Selene presented at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the employees and their partners returning to the Netherlands, was very helpful and interesting. An EYEOPENER and lots of oh’s and ah’s.
Recognition of situations in which people were involved after returning to the Netherlands. Being a stranger in your own country, but speaking the language makes people react in a strange way. Recognizing that not only the ones you left behind so many years ago have changed and went on with their lives. But also realizing that you have changed, gained experiences, met new cultures, which makes you a new Dutch person.
An absolute must for employees and partners when returning to their home country.”
Hadewych Dautzenberg, Head of Family Office at Ministry of Foreign Affairs, World Wide Working