Learning to see the world as others see it, being able to tune into a culture without pre-conceived biases or judgment, flexibility and curiosity are skills leaders need in a cross-cultural organization. Cultivating cross-cultural understanding takes somewhat a dedicated effort on the leader’s part.
In the current situation, wherein organizations are being led from afar most of the time, understanding the local culture of an organization’s team is even more critical.
In this masterclass – Leadership Training and Management Author, Mike Grogan will share from his research and extensive interviews with more than 100 expat business leaders, the influencing secrets that every expat needs to know to get the best out of their Filipino staff to drive greater proactivity, productivity, and accountability, especially for those with virtual staff, without having to become a micromanager or stressed-out workaholic.
The masterclass is intentionally designed to maximize interaction between participants, by ensuring that each attendee gets multiple opportunities to share their experiences with their group, to increase the number of ideas, tactics, and strategies that you can implement within your international team.
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Event DetailsLocation: ZoomDate: October 1, 2020Time: 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Admission FeesMember Fee: FreeGuest Fee: 500 PHP
Keynote Speaker and Kaizen Leadership and Lean Management Consultant at Kaizen Leadership Philippines
Mike Grogan is the co-founder of Kaizen Leadership Philippines. Since 2014, he and his team using a combination of Lean and NLP have helped dozens of multinational companies across Asia create rapid and sustainable improvements in performance, with minimal effort and disruption. He is the author of five books (most notably ‘Managing in the Philippines’, ‘Personal Kaizen’ and the upcoming ‘Rapid Culture Change: The Bruce Lee Way). He can speak fluent Tagalog and is a frequent keynote speaker at business and youth conferences across the region. A native of Ireland, he now lives in Manila with his wife and son.