19 October, 2010 | (01 hr)

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The recent global financial crisis has accelerated two trends: the shift in wealth to emerging nations and the need for collaboration. The cultural and political differences among nations create a demand for new ways to increase understanding and incorporate the views and opinions of diverse groups of people. Organizations that seek to excel globally need to view diversity as a business strategy, lead inclusively, attract and retain diverse global talent, and engage employees in formal and informal ways to create competitive advantage. Topics covered during this webcast include:

  • Defining Success Beyond Representation
  • A Global Mindset for a Global Networked Economy

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Marilyn Nagel

Marilyn Nagel
Chief Diversity Officer
Cisco Systems, Inc.

Marilyn Nagel is the Senior Director of Inclusion & Diversity (I&D) at Cisco, where she leads the global I&D team on projects that require large-scale change management, talent planning, and learning.

As Cisco&... Full Bio

Mary B. Teagarden

Mary B. Teagarden
Professor of Global Strategy
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Editor-in-Chief, Thunderbird International Business Review

Professor of global strategy and editor-in-chief at Thunderbird School of Global Management, Dr. Teagarden is a world-renowned thought leader and educator in the areas of global strategic management and strategic human resource management.  S... Full Bio

Toni Riccardi

Toni Riccardi (Moderator)
Senior Fellow, Human Capital
The Conference Board

Toni L. Riccardi is a Senior Fellow, Human Capital at The Conference Board. In this role, Toni supports the Human Capital Practice which includes The Conference Board Human Capital Exchange™,Full Bio

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