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author: Ute Limacher-Riebold

PDW Podcasts, Webinars and Live streaming Review

On Thursday 10 November 2016, Jacinta Noonan from PlatformBe, held a greatly instructive workshop on Podcasts, Webinars and Live streaming, the second in our PDW (Professional Development Workshops) series. Delivering engaging and excellent content is essential for a successful business and we have a considerable variety of formats available online, but we may feel unsure […]

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PDW Powerful Pitching Review

On Thursday the 29th of September, Jonathan Talbott, founder of Talbott International Presentations, held a very insightful workshop on Pitching. Pitching is way more than “Elevator” pitch or the “1-minute” pitch. There are many different ways to pitch and we need another kind of pitch for every person we talk to. In order to make […]

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How to easily settle in The Hague

Entering a new place can be exciting and at the same time overwhelming. Finding out where to find answers to our questions takes time and energy. Have you ever thought “if only I would have known this earlier…”? With my “5 Steps to ENJOY you life in The Hague” programme I welcome internationals with open […]

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E.N.J.O.Y. programme for the Accompanying Partner, with Ute Limacher-Riebold

This programme is designed for internationals who just arrived to The Hague. If you are an Accompanying Partner, i.e. you followed your partner abroad, you usually have to figure out by yourself how to function in the new place. In her E.N.J.O.Y. Programme, Ute offers you support and practical advice on navigating your life in […]

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Discussion Group: Moving on, relocating and staying behind, with Ute Limacher-Riebold

It’s the time of the year again where many international families leave for greener pastures. Some deliberately choose not to say goodbye because it is emotionally overwhelming, unaware that not having a proper closure will make a new beginning in a new place much harder. Everyone has his or her very own way to say […]

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Workshop: How to stay bilingual (6-18 yo) with Ute Limacher-Riebold

This workshop is taylored for parents of 6 to 18 year old children who speak or understand more than one language. When our children acquire or learn more than one language during their childhood, school, society, or their international life not always supports all of the languages. What can we do to make sure that […]

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2 Workshops: Parenting the Bilingual Child (0-6 yrs & 6-18 yrs) with Ute Limacher-Riebold of Ute’s Expat Lounge

In this workshop you will work on your very personal language plan and we will discuss issues like: Which languages do I want my children to speak– read – write? What should I do if my child doesn’t to talk back in the “right” language? What can I do when my child turns silent, stops […]

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Workshop: How to enhance our Childrens’ Resilience with Ute Limacher-Riebold of Ute’s Expat Lounge

This time of the year many children struggle either with school – many exams and expectations, a full schedule and just “too much on their plate” – friends who are leaving or a major change coming up (change of school etc.). How can we help them, as parents or caregivers, to become more resilient and […]

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Workshop: International Childhood, with Ute Limacher-Riebold of Ute’s Expat Lounge

Children who spend a significant part of their developmental years outside their parent‘s culture are also known as Third Culture Kids. During their international childhood they have the unique opportunity to immerse into different cultures, learn several languages, and appreciate diversity. What kind of impact will this kind of mobile childhood have on their lives? […]

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Workshop: Build your own Resilience, with Ute Limacher-Riebold

Do you sometimes wonder why some people seem to be knocked down by life and come back stronger than ever, and despite failure they find a way to rise from the ashes, whilst others seem to be drained by the same experience? This has to do with resilience: “the power or ability to return to […]

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Emotional Intelligence – June Networking Event Highlights

On Thursday 25th of June, Christine Fitzgerald, Adjunct Professor of Psychology and Management at Webster University, and co-founder and Director of Vivace, held a talk about Emotional Intelligence. She shared her knowledge about how our emotions and intuitions can help us to get in touch with ourselves, to sort out problems and make better use […]

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