The Key To Cultural Adaptation for a Global Workplace
18 October, 2013 | (01 hr)
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Building global communities requires leaders who can adapt their leadership style to be effective in various cultures in which they work while retaining their authenticity. Global communities must also be based on common values translated into a core set of specific and clear behaviors, both on an organizational and individual level. This process involves maintaining certain cultural practices while at the same time broad-based uniform behavioral standards.
This webcast will provide attendees with suggestions about how to create productive global communities.
Who should attend Human Capital practitioners who are interested in methods to create global dexterity within their workforce.
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq.
Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq., is the founder, president and CEO of ELI®, a training company that teaches professional workplace conduct, helping clients translate their values into behaviors, increase employee contribution, build respectful and in... Full Bio
Andy Molinsky, Ph.D.
Andy Molinsky is a management professor at Brandeis University’s International Business School with a joint appointment in the Psychology Department.
He is the author of newly released Harvard Business Review Press book Full Bio
Rebecca L. Ray, Ph.D.
Rebecca Ray is senior vice president, human capital at The Conference Board and the leader of the Human Capital Practice. Human capital research at The Conference Board focuses on human capital analytics, labor markets, workforce readiness, strate... Full Bio