Technical competencies, human interaction skills, spouse and family adaptation, and desire to serve overseas are the four most common factors. Another attempt was made to comprehend the links between a company's selection strategies and expatriate success.
The three most prevalent criteria for judging expatriate success to date have been (1) completion of the overseas assignment, (2) cross-cultural adjustment, and (3) performance on the foreign assignment.
Stability of mind and emotions.
Willingness to adapt to new situations.
Sensitivity to the cultures of others.
Perspectives on business methods from a wide range of angles.
Interpersonal skills are above average.
The ability to adapt to new customs.
Respect for different points of view.
Many aspects influence expatriate job performance, including goal orientation, self-efficacy, self-monitoring, task, and people orientation, relationship ability, and foreign experience, according to researchers.
Personnel evaluation methods are used to evaluate a person's motivation, capabilities, and capacity to adjust to a foreign assignment.