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Leading Globally, Leading Cross-Culturally

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Managing a cross-culture/global workforce is not only a challenge but a requirement in order to stay innovative and profitable.

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Today’s leaders are under constant pressure to ensure leadership engagements bring shared value across multiple stakeholders who hold different cultural beliefs about what is ethical, proper, and worthy. Additionally, today’s workforce is the most diverse, complex, and mobile we have ever seen. In the U.S, we know the workforce is generationally the most diverse in our history, but it is also very diverse in terms of ethnicity. And in Europe, there are more than 115 million migrant workers representing more than 10% of the working population. Managing this cross-culture/global workforce is not only a challenge but a requirement in order to stay innovative and profitable. This course is designed to give leaders a global perspective of leadership, and then, discuss the must-have global-leadership competencies, as well as leverage those competencies across five cultural challenges in order to improve workforce effectiveness and operational synergy.

What You Will Learn.

Participants will learn how to leverage critical global competencies across five cultural challenges in order to improve workforce effectiveness and operational business synergy.

Why Do You Want To Learn It?

Today’s workforce is the most diverse, complex, and mobile we have ever seen. The big challenge comes in making leadership decisions that produce strong collaboration among these diverse members. But how can you be effective without understanding the core competencies that will make you effective?

How It Will Help You.

This course will help transition your leadership framework from leader to global leader by helping you understand the undergoing evolution of leadership. Moreover, you will be able to identify common leadership competencies across cultures, which you can target for leadership development.

Target Audience:

Managers (first-line supervisors to first-time executives) who are seeking new ways to expand their strategic thinking and grow their leadership skills in multi-cultural and global environments.

Course Learning Objectives:

  • Understand how the nature of technological, social, political, and economical forces have changed the context of organizational leadership from local to global
  • Identify and understand leadership competencies necessary to effectively lead in a globally and cross-culturally
  • Discuss how leveraging leadership competencies help alleviate cultural issues and improve leadership influence across the organization

Main Points:

  • Leadership Evolution: From Leader to Global Leader
  • Developing and Improving Competencies to Lead across Cultures
  • Helping Cultural Issues through Leadership Competencies

Course Resources:

1. Student Handbook and Class Presentation

2. Case Study Material & Activity Instructional Handout

Instructor Credentials:

Dr. Jose LugoSantiago is Doctor of Strategic Leadership and Foresight, Certified Manager of Quality and Organizational Excellence, Certified Six Sigma Master Blackbelt, Project Management Professional, Certified Occupational Instructor.

Earn 3 PDUs for PMP Recertification.

This program is valid for 3 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.

This Program, has been approved for 3.00  Business  recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).

The use of this official seal confirms that this Activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®)  criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.

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