Duration: 1 hour
This webinar is available at 2 different times. Select whichever is most convenient for you:
|Session 1 for APAC locations
Time: May 30 at 11:00 a.m. SGT
|Session 2 for US locations
May 30 at 1:00 p.m. EDT in U.S.
What does it take to strengthen the pipeline of Asian leaders stepping into global roles? Are there specific stalls next generation leaders need to overcome? Are there practices we can learn from organizations who are ahead of the curve on Asian leader development? What is the role of organizations, incumbent leaders, and HR departments in accelerating the development of Asian executives?
These questions and more will be addressed in the webinar highlighting key challenges global organizations face in developing a global Asian leadership pipeline and best demonstrated practices in developing a diverse leadership cadre. Attendees will discover the research results of in-depth interviews with 120 global CXOs and gain an understanding of:
- Why global organizations are looking to develop pipeline of Asian leaders more than ever before
- Strengths Asian leaders bring to the table
- Critical capabilities for success in a cross-cultural environment
- The role culture plays in shaping Asian leaders
Target Audience: Global/regional HR leaders, senior business leaders managing Asia (or those who have Asia reporting into them), and other senior executives trying to develop a diverse pipeline of leaders in global organizations.
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Center for Creative Leadership
Sunil is a seasoned leadership and human capital researcher and thought leader with 20 years of experience across large global organizations. In his current role, he is responsible for leading research/product development around leadership and leadership development in Asia, and sharing the Center’s point-of-view with key stakeholders. Prior to CCL, Sunil served as head of Research and Insights at Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI), a center of excellence set up by the Singapore government to uplift the level of talent and leadership capabilities in Singapore/ASEAN. Sunil also spent over eight years at CEB’s (erstwhile Corporate Executive Board) India office, with key responsibility of engaging and advising heads of HR in top 100 organisations in India on diverse strategic HR areas.