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“ We liken the unique people lens we offer as a media and source of market intelligence to a dragonfly-eyed view of the world and business”

s I read through this first issue of Think Global People, the new home of Relocate magazine, I can hardly believe that with everything going on in the world as a result of the

pandemic we have achieved a new look and feel for our premier publication, which moves forward and reflects the times with positivity. Our purpose is to blend global mobility’s understanding of

complexity with international leadership and management priorities, offering a fresh take on talent development and education. People and their stories are at the heart of this as we all learn to embrace ambiguity and change. Like many organisations, we have pushed ourselves in recent

months to break down barriers and learn new digital skills as our webinars and the Virtual Awards illustrate. An exciting new leadership programme is in the pipeline for 2021. We liken the unique people lens we offer as a media and

source of market intelligence to a dragonfly-eyed view of the world and business. Read about this evolution on pages 6 to 9. It has been fascinating over the last six months observing and

recording the response to the pandemic and appreciating how this has accelerated changes in working practices and attitudes. Operating in an international environment is complex, as is managing global people. Even more leaders and businesses across many industry sectors will understand that better now as they look for new suppliers and rebuild their global markets. As well as the terrible suffering and loss of life, there have

been many positives with regards to realigning values, working practices and the acceleration of digitalisation, as well as the potential for a renewed focus to work together and find solutions to big common challenges, like climate change. The economic impact of Covid-19 will be enormous. However,

recent months have only increased my resolve to use the connections we have as a global community and the influence we hold individually and together at a local, regional and global level to enable more individuals and organisations to flourish and grow and make a positive difference. We look forward to your ideas and collaboration as we all

move forward.

Fiona Murchie Managing Editor

Winter 2020 issue coming in November.

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