17 March, 2011 | ()

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Rapid business growth in Asia has led to skill and capability gaps for both existing and potential leaders.  Through developing its People Strategy, FedEx in Asia identified leaders’ ability to coach and collaborate as the key focus to grow the business.  A key insight and success criteria for the development of these skills is that the effort must be top down, as role modeling of vital behaviors is a key driver of success in these areas. This FedEx insight and initiative is consistent with the Conference Board research 21st Century Leadership: How HR Can Help the Board and Business.


Executives and managers responsible for HR, leadership and professional development, talent management and training in Asia-Pacific will benefit from this webcast.


Andrew Bell

Andrew Bell
Leader, Strategic HR Center
The Conference Board

Andrew Bell is program director for the Senior Human Resources Business Partners (USA) and Emerging Markets Human Resources Councils. He has also organized and chaired human resources-related conferences for The Conference Board, contributed to research, authored a number of publications, and ser...Full Bio

Bianca Wong

Bianca Wong
Managing Director, Human Resource Services, North Pacific And HR Information Systems
FedEx Express

Bianca Wong oversees the HR process and system design for the North Pacific region, as well as all human resource functions, including recruitment and selection, employee engagement and relations, talent management, compensation & benefits and performance management for Japan, Korea, Taiwan a...Full Bio

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