IOR Worldviews

Do you KISS your clients?

At the EuRA International Relocation Congress held recently in Warsaw, Poland, IOR President Kendra Mirasol led a popular panel discussion highlighting continuous improvement strategies for Destination Services Providers around the globe.  Audience members were also introduced to the KISS exercise … Read More »


IOR Wins Three Prestigious Partner Awards

Left to Right: Sterling Partnership Award, TheMIGroup Americas Relocation Service Partner of the Year, Aires Circle of Excellence

IOR Global Services (“IOR”) was honored to accept three highly regarded partner awards at the EuRA International Relocation … Read More »


Maximizing ROI: Moving Cultural Training Beyond Mobility

Kendra: What do you hope to achieve by combining the Cultural Training and Global Talent Management businesses?

Charisse: IOR has worked with both Talent Management and Global Mobility for decades and has the experience to ask the right questions, connect the right players … Read More »


Raising a (Rotating) Hand

HandsRaisedThere is a lot of exciting synergy between Talent Management and Global Mobility these days and one of the … Read More »


The Modern Assignee: As Cool as Coffee?

“Wanna get a Starbucks?” my friend asked as we enjoyed a walk recently.  “Sure!” I replied, looking forward to my regular order and the classic … Read More »


Talking the Talk: The Role of Language in Talent Management

Mark Frederick, Ph.D. Director, Global Talent Management

Agata Paciora, MBA Director, Language Training

When working with other cultures, it is important not only to understand various behaviors and … Read More »


Taking a Talent Management Approach to Destination Services

Despite the continuing trend of Talent Management aligning with Global Mobility, not much has been written about the Talent Management aspects of Destination Services (DS).  These services are typically viewed as … Read More »


Short-Term Assignments, Long-Term Success

The popularity of international assignments is certainly on the rise. Companies from almost all industries are recognizing that international assignments do more than fill talent gaps or transfer corporate … Read More »


Working Virtually Across Cultures

When communicating with colleagues around the world, email, teleconference and phone calls are the most common methods.  What happens, though, to the communication when those colleagues speak different languages, use different patterns of … Read More »


Putting the “Global” in Leadership Development

Mark at EurA 1Leadership today is uniquely challenging.  The world is more interconnected than ever before and its business environments are increasingly … Read More »