International Future Potential Hires: Employers Work Hard to Engaging their Confidence

By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach

New Graduates add color and diversity in every type of international workplace environment. Young and developing mindsets engage proactively with energy and extraordinary abilities. They offer a fresh outlooks that speak about their generation and most recent scholastic and practical learning; that many experienced generation oftentimes chuckle as a defense mechanism to their security.

A handful of them if not majority will be looking for employment adventures outside the United States and across international zones. That means, each of them who like to go for international adventure must gear up in learning the variances of cultures in order for them to be successful.

Welcoming the new set of minds within various industry will make big difference economically, professionally, personally and internationally.  It is the moment for the experienced professionals across industries to mentor them with various options that will make their result becomes effective, realistic yet beneficial to the overall objective of the organization that hire them.


Employers will be competing of hiring those who are personable and upfront in finding a job. However, there are twists and turns for the employers in sustaining their will be new found hires. The millennials demonstrate a vicarious mindset, working styles, personal principles and professional outlooks and needs; notwithstanding that they are adventurous.

“they are relatively unattached to organized politics and religion, linked by social media, burdened by debt, distrustful of people, in no rush to marry— and optimistic about the future.”

Every employer must adapt collaboratively and mutually in order to justify their attractiveness to these no-holds-barred young professionals.   They may be young but their potentials are high yet beyond employer’s expectations.

Time is the essence with quality of inputs that will keep their interests;  that will keep them into the realms of your organization; they will become an integrated yet results-oriented  players within.

Once again, my entire teams at ReloNavigator and IBBAs wishes the best of successes to every graduate of 2015 in pursuing their dreams, whatever and wherever that may be. Congratulations for completing those papers and requirements to graduate.

But learning doesn’t stop from there – it is only the beginning of one’s professional chapter in life.  Godspeed.

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 About Juntee Terrenal, GMS (@junteet ):

Mr. Terrenal is your partner in becoming the “High Performing Organization” of 2015 and beyond; strategic international business Leader, adviser & coach, competent, human capital and resources management. Creates initiatives combined with business acumen and ROI integrating complex human capital and resources that clients seek, globally. With 20+ years of experience he brings many time and money-saving solutions to your complex business issues and problems particularly when operating internationally. Negotiator, communicator, proven track record in accelerating productivity, organizational effectiveness, talent management, service quality. Quoted to numerous international media outlets.

As an experienced global mobility management specialist, human capital management executive and management consultant, he and his team create solutions, converting client’s needs into actions, resolving their challenges. Mr. Terrenal and his global team have successfully assisted, implemented and accelerated businesses and personal successes of their corporate and individual clients by using their ROI-driven techniques in over 40 countries.


One response

  1. Absolutely, “New Graduates add color and diversity in every type of international workplace environment. Young and developing mindsets engage proactively with energy and extraordinary abilities.”


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