1. Assign top-notch home and host sponsors:
This is will definitely help the individuals who are traveling to the overseas for the first time and also, they feel welcome at the new place.
2. Have a compelling purpose and the right person:
Choosing a person who is open-minded and committed enough to adapt to the local culture, thinking about the specific skills that this person will develop as a result of the assignment, and identifying how these new skills will ultimately benefit the organization.
3. Intercultural training helps to make sense of the unknown:
In addition to language, intercultural training provides invaluable information and strategies that ease the process of assimilation into a new culture and avoid nasty surprises. Setting expectations of the new country and culture can reduce stress caused from discovering the hard way that ‘things work differently here’, especially during a time of crisis.