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How do you lead across borders?
The world's economic center of gravity is shifting at a rapid pace – huge emerging economies are the new reality. As businesses operate in an increasingly global context, the most successful leaders are able to see through the eyes of others and to hear the voices of customers and colleagues from around the world. They build their own personal networks, navigate differences, and work effectively across new borders – both the physical borders between countries and the limits of old leadership paradigms.
So, how do you lead across borders?
Meet Ernest Gundling who is the coauthor of Leading Across New Borders -- How To Succeed As the Center Shifts.
This book provides valuable advice for anyone taking a global leadership role. Dr. Gundling shares strategies and tools for working across cultures, leading inclusively, running a matrix team, innovating, integrating an acquisition, and making tough ethical choices.
In this live and interactive TeleSeminar Dr. Gundling will challenge your understanding of established leadership models and he will share hard-won expertise in dealing effectively with a changing leadership reality.
We'll discuss strategies to help you work more effectively at the self, team, and organizational levels, so you can get things done and grow your business.
The trend toward global leadership has emerged full-blown amidst the rising global economy. Today's leadership must understand how to work effectively and efficiently across a variety of contexts. Leading Across Borders provides a roadmap to the new leadership paradigm, helping you expand your own skillset and create forward momentum.
Leading Across Borders is the leadership guide for the new business environment.
About the Presenter
Dr. Gundling assists clients in developing strategic global approaches to leadership, organization development, and relationships with key business partners. He coaches executives with global responsibilities and works with multicultural management teams to help them formulate business plans based upon strong mutual understanding and a joint commitment to execution. He has lived and traveled extensively in Asia and Europe, including six years in Japan and a year in Germany. He is currently a Lecturer at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.
You're a leader and you want to:
- Operate insightfully at the personal level in order to better lead others
- Shape, motivate, and drive your global team to exceptional performance
- Navigate differences in culture, language, economics, and more
- Exercise your vision, influence, and expertise to lead your organization forward
Ask your questions and get answers in this live interview!
"Strategies for Leading Global Teams"
Wednesday January 13, 2016
Starts at 1 pm Eastern (NY City time zone) and runs 55 minutes
Dr. Ernest Gundling, coauthor of Leading Across New Borders
This event is FREE.
No need to register. Simply call 828-380-4393 (no "pin" needed). We'll also be live on the web at www.uberconference.com/tomheck
NOTE: There is a 100 person limit to this event.
PHONE / How To Participate
This will be an interactive interview. You'll get to ask Dr. Gundling questions via a chat window and via audio!
At the time listed above, simply call:
Phone: 828-380-4393 (no "pin" needed)
or join via the web from anywhere in the world: www.uberconference.com/tomheck
Click on the link below to download the recording (mp3) of this TeleSeminar:
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Leading Across New Borders explores new imperatives that will help global leaders better understand and navigate across cultures, markets, and management differences. This book features direct input from people in critical roles around the world, advice based on deep practical experience, and new data that identifies the distinctive challenges of leading in an environment becoming more thoroughly interdependent every day.
Watch Dr. Ernest Gundling describe "How to get better results from our teams" (2 min 30 seconds)