Typical pitfalls and how they overcome Frankfurt, 03.12.2009. Companies can reduce their costs and increase the quality of their global training, manage the international human resource development from a central location. While they have to Dodge but some stumbling blocks. The demos European Economic Academy GmbH has many years of experience in the international human resources development and know what mistakes are most frequently made. Following twelve tips, training expert from Frankfurt helps companies to avoid them and to shape the international human resources successfully. 1 going it alone can be fatal: often the corporate office thinks that she knows what the employee around the world need. Without involving the countries, they are planning the international PE over their heads. The countries are provided with a fait accompli, feel ignored and often torpedo the central solution according to the emergency-invented-here syndrome.

2. too much grass-roots democracy harm: especially in small country firms the HR / PE function does not exist or at the Managing Director. They can not cope with often technically requests the Centre and feel overwhelmed. The right balance between purchasing and central decision must be respected. 3.

size plays a role: the large national companies decide on the company’s success: there is a well-established PE and there you will find the greatest resistance. And never forget: in these countries, competent employees, of which you can learn a lot work. 4. what you don’t want, that you you do: try not to ask, why is the German mother unable outside Germany. Your credibility will suffer. 5. do everything themselves: actively ask the countries according to their needs and of course under your leadership to develop training in the countries for the entire company. To view themselves as real total company man\”and the people in the countries feel taken seriously. \”6 gifts are gladly accepted: choose from 5-6 training, for the worldwide demand and offer them as gifts\” the countries.