Our Global Experience Exchange Programme (GEEP) is unlike any other. Described as a life-changing experience, the programme offers participants the opportunity to work with and learn from RLB colleagues in exciting locations around the world including UK, North America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Mauritius, South Asia and Middle East.
The programme offers employees the opportunity to experience RLB in alternative business settings, develop best practices and share knowledge across our global practice. It’s a generous programme, fueled by RLB’s representative and noble ethos, and because the business puts so much in, everyone gets more out.
Anyone is welcome to apply to join GEEP after two years of working with RLB. It is an open and inclusive programme that values hard work and ambition and drives rapid personal development.
Successful candidates will benefit from a one-month experience of living and working in the host country, joining office activities, observing and learning from technical projects, asking questions, putting forward solutions and even delivering training sessions based on their knowledge and experience to date.
The GEEP programme plays a fundamental role in leadership and management development, shaping our future success as a global business and laying the foundations for a truly global and connected network.
GEEP is underway, with 19 employees set to gain global experience, build connections and benefit from unique personal development this year.
The 2023 participants will build strong relationships with others and gain deeper understandings of the issues and aspirations that drive them. This is key to enhancing our ability to create the value that our clients are looking for. We’re pleased that GEEP can offer a valuable opportunity for our employees to learn new elements of business and technical practice by taking their careers global.
Congratulations to our participants!
Aaron Woodward: Phoenix to Manchester
Ahamed Abbas: Dubai to London
Alexander Wang: Sydney to Manchester
Brijesh Shetty: Dubai to Melbourne
Isabelle Bowen: Birmingham to Sydney
Joe Mills: London to Melbourne
Josh Stuart: Adelaide to Manchester
Katrina Lu: Sydney to London
Kim Pham: Brisbane to London
Nareshwara Rao Sanyasi: Mauritius to Hong Kong
Nodhi Mahlangu: Pretoria to Singapore
Paul Scopelliti: Melbourne to Dubai
Peter Demetriou: Melbourne to Denver
Robert Woodring: Honolulu to Sydney
Sam Valkonen: Adelaide to Singapore
Scott Tey: Perth to Hong Kong
Suzanne Yip: Hong Kong to London
Theo Simmonds: London to Auckland
Yoseph Zegeye: London to Dubai