In this coming webinar Karl - Johan Kronberg, Executive Vice President & Partner at Mercuri Urval Group, and Anne Zhang, Partner & Director at Mercuri Urval China, will discuss key questions such as:
- How do both Nordic and Chinese leaders effectively manage business and people in China? Examples and understanding of "What is leadership"
- How to identify stakeholders across matrixes and beyond hierarchy, communicating effectively, building trust and get buy-in for strategic local initiatives?
- Which role do cultural differences play in an increasing globalized scenario, with a growing size of the Chinese management population getting more and more internationally exposed? Any lesson learned?
- How to get the best of two worlds in developing leadership?
Mercuri Urval will share their first-hand findings in interviewing Nordic and Chinese leaders working for Nordic companies. Speakers will bring on board testimonials and suggestions on leadership values, leaders' development plans & actions, and a few top tips.
Building up on direct experiences and sources, the webinar will be co-active and include case studies, insights and feedback sharing from leaders across countries. Following the presentation there will be an open discussion and any related questions are most welcome.
Please notice that there is no registration through this web page. Kindly follow the instructions here below under the topic REGISTRATION.
PRICE: This event is free for FBCS and FBCB Members.
REGISTRATION: Registration is required to confirm a spot in the Webinar. You may register by replying to firstname.lastname@example.org until Tuesday, June 2, 2020 or as long as there are spots available. Once registered, an email will be sent a few days in advance of the event with instructions how to login to the Webinar.
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