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Global Experience Exchange Program (GEEP)



To develop best practice and knowledge sharing across the global practice, RLB introduced the Global Experience Exchange Program (GEEP) in 2017.

Global Experience Exchange Program

Our Global Experience Exchange Program (GEEP) is unlike any other. Described as a life-changing experience, the program offers participants the opportunity to work with and learn from RLB colleagues in exciting locations around the world including Hong Kong and Shanghai, UK, North America including Hawaii, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

It’s a generous program, fuelled by RLB’s democratic and altruistic ethos, and because the business puts so much in, everyone gets more out.

Anyone is welcome to apply to join GEEP after two years with RLB, so it’s an open and inclusive program that values hard work and ambition, and drives rapid personal development.

Successful candidates benefit from a one month experience of living and working in the host country, joining in with office activities, observing and learning from technical projects, asking questions, putting forward solutions and even delivering a training session based on their knowledge and experience to date.

GEEP plays a fundamental role in leadership and management development, shaping our future success as a global business. Through GEEP, RLB is laying the foundations for a truly global, connected network.

  • My GEEP experience in the UK was invaluable. It inspired me to want to do more and to think more innovatively about our business in South Africa. A benefit of GEEP is the opportunity to compare our own management systems and processes to other locations. Overall, it was a wonderful experience.

    Vuyolwethu Badi, Director
  • Since its launch in 2017, almost 30 colleagues from nine different countries have been selected to take part. All feel like they have learned a lot about our global business, and both their home and host offices have benefitted too.

    Ann Bentley, Global Board Director