Retain Talent through
Coaching, Workshops, and Optimizing HR Processes
of veterans and expats leave the employer within the next 2-3 years
of veterans who leave their first employer post-service do so in the first year.
of returning expats leave the employer that sent them abroad within the first three years of their return.
Stop the Drain! Nextpat supports employee retention by ensuring you have a fully formed pipeline to address cultural transition challenges your employees face returning to a familiar environment with a changed mindset.
We coach, teach and consult to develop your staff.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
— Pascale P., Veteran
“I enjoyed the workshop very much; you are so intelligent, you have a way with words and you knew what I was saying when I hadn’t even said much.
You were a great facilitator, you kept things moving but allowed for personal stories and thoughts. It was great! Learned a lot.”
When an employee returns to a familiar environment - after being away or experiencing a different culture (military, overseas, etc) - they may find that they've changed in unique ways that are challenging to describe. Managers may not understand or recognize these changes resulting in attrition as these employees feel underutilized or undervalued - ultimately resulting in them seeking alternative employment.
Using experience, best practices, and analytic feedback, Nextpat partners with HR managers and organization leaders to retain talent through personalized coaching investment in returning employees, workshops for managers and returning staff, and pipeline development for HR.
Internationally minded and available virtually, Nextpat coaches individuals prior to, during, and after transitions helping them align their evolving identities to achieve their highest goals. The Journey Home is full of exciting opportunities, but too often becomes a story about what was. Let us help you use those experiences to shape your future.
Using scientific-backed studies, experience, and feedback Nextpat partners with you to develop strategies to maintain and find community, align your values and purpose to your work, and manage culture shock related to overwhelm, burnout, and resource differences between places.