Accelerating Leadership for Success in Asia

Accelerating Leadership for Success in Asia Webinar

On Demand

Duration: 1 hour

About the Webinar

This session will underline how the current disruption has reframed the leadership development model and approach in organizations, and what lessons organizations have learned as they strive to develop their cadre of future-ready leaders. 

Join us to find out more on how organizations continue to adjust to the world that is slowly but surely emerging from the dark shadows of the pandemic, making the most of opportunities in rebounding economies, and tackling numerous challenges owing to hyper uncertainty in a business context. What does the “next normal” mean for businesses and HR, particularly its impact on leadership development initiatives in organizations? How should business and development strategy align to maximize ROI (Return on Investment) on leadership development efforts? How to inject the “right dose” of leadership development technology in organizations? 

What You’ll Learn

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Research insights and thoughts on the white paper, Navigating the New Normal: Accelerating Leadership Success in Asia 
  • Cultural alignment: What has worked (or did not) within organization(s) that has embedded learning into the company culture?
  • Strategy alignment: What process has been set in place to quickly identify new mindsets and capabilities critical for success based on the changes in business strategy?
  • Technology alignment: The approach of the organization took and what have been done to leverage technology in their leadership development efforts?
  • Process alignment: What were the thought process in identifying the right L&D solution and best practices in successfully implementing them?

About the Presenters

Anand Chandrasekar

Anand Chandrasekar
APAC Leadership Solutions Director
Center for Creative Leadership

Anand is a senior research faculty at the Center for Creative Leadership and is based out of Singapore. In this role, Anand leads CCL’s Asia focused leadership development research and evaluation practice, partnering with CCL staff and clients to identify leadership needs, design and delivery leadership development solutions, articulate leadership solution outcomes, and evaluate the solutions for impact and improvement.

Passionate about youth development and believing that access to early leadership development has the most potential to improve lives and create lasting change, Anand expands CCL’s Societal Advancement agenda to deliver leadership development to youth in Asia.

Diana Khaitova

Diana Khaitova
Head of Client Development APAC
Center for Creative Leadership

Diana leads CCL’s client development efforts in the Asia Pacific. In her current role, she is responsible for growing leadership development solutions across Asia Pacific market and promoting CCL’s mission in the region. The current solutions include Global Asian Leader programs, Leading Digital and Cultural Transformation, High Potential programs as well as executive coaching and digital learning solutions.

Sunil Puri

Sunil Puri
Former Asia-Pacific Senior Director of Research, Innovation, and Product Development
Center for Creative Leadership

Sunil led and managed research teams and initiatives in APAC and ASEAN/South Asia. He was responsible for leading research/product development around leadership and leadership development in the region and sharing the Center’s point-of-view with key stakeholders. His current research interests include Asian leadership, global leadership development, and cross-cultural influences.

Christina Wong

Christina Wong
Manager, Global Learning Delivery Operations

Christina joined Google’s HR organization in 2014 after previous careers in academic teaching and HR consultancy. Since then, she has played many active roles from product training, manager/leadership development, organizational development, and learning operations. Originally from Canada, Christina has spent the majority of her career in the APAC region in Japan, Greater China, and now Singapore.

Pratima Krishnan

Pratima Krishnan
Head of Learning and Development

Pratima leads the Learning team to build functional and leadership capabilities across the bank, enabling employees to learn and grow their career with the bank. Talent development is a key pillar in the bank’s ambitious strategy to achieve a 100 billion in market cap by 2025 and learning and capability building is an area where the bank is heavily investing in.

Prior to Techcombank, she was with DBS where she led the Talent team, building internal bench strength and a talent pipeline of future leaders across all levels, Transforming PM beyond ratings and Enabling Employee Engagement interventions that build an organization culture and ensure sustained high performance.

While in Singapore, she worked with Enactus as a member of the group committed to building student capability in setting up social enterprises.

Tanie Eio

Tanie Eio
Vice President, Human Resources
UPS Asia Pacific

Tanie is responsible for the overall Human Capital Strategy for close to 13,000 employees across more than 40 countries and territories in the region.

With more than 25 years of experience in human resources (HR) across Asia, Europe and the United States, Tanie has continuously led organizational transformation through HR programs that nurture and empower UPS talents to serve the evolving logistics and commerce needs of our customers worldwide.

Most recently, she led the development and implementation of the first UPS Asia Pacific Vision Map, shaping the company’s culture to tackle the evolving economic climate and equipping current and future employees with the tools to drive the company’s business vision

She is an active advocate for women’s leadership development, diversity and inclusion. In her free time, she enjoys coaching and mentoring, and spending time with her family. She lives in Singapore with her husband and daughter.

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