Hosted by the Human Capital Committee Globalisation today is the norm, not the exception. Productivity and innovation in the Human Age requires talent strategies that focus on developing and nurturing global leaders. But leading in an international environment is very challenging due to the higher level of business and cultural complexity that business leaders have to navigate.
Leading and influencing across cultures is a critical element of leading a global enterprise.
It often requires making decisions in complex or ambiguous environments, understanding cultural nuances and adapting one's style accordingly. A good track record in one country does not guarantee success in the global arena, nor will merely exposing high-performing leaders to new cultures make them effective multinational leaders. Please join us for a panel discussion of important intercultural competencies required of global leaders today and how these vary by nationality.
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK Conference Room 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong