“When Cultures Collide: Leading Global Teams to High Performance”
Wed, April 22 2015, 8:30 am-12:00 pm – San Francisco/Silicon Valley – Bayshore Corporate Commons, 1710 S. Amphlett Boulevard, Suite 126, San Mateo, CA 94402 (Delaware exit off highway 92 at US 101. Plenty of free parking.)
According to The Economist, 90% of CEOs believe that understanding and leveraging culture would increase revenue and market share. But only around 30% do anything about it. Why? Because they are not sure what to do or how to drive and measure it. Fundamentally, most leaders aren’t trained how to leverage culture for competitive advantage.
Today’s leading global companies and leaders need know how to create high performing multicultural teams that are highly innovative – and they need to do this quickly and effectively
In this half-day workshop, you will learn from Richard D. Lewis, world-renowned author of many books on culture including “When Cultures Collide” and “When Teams Collide” about the advances he has brought to this area though his globally respected Lewis Model. Also hear from Craig Martin and David Howells from Martin Global Leaders who apply Richard Lewis’ work on national culture with others tools on organizational culture and leadership drives to expedite the transitions of senior global executives into their new roles.
Attend and you will:
- Hear case studies from internationally renowned guru and author Richard Lewis on high performance cross-cultural teams and his practical thoughts and guidance for many organizations
- Understand the basics of how to use 3 simple dimensions to identify features of the world’s national cultures via the Lewis Model.
- Learn how to apply this understanding of national culture to the internal dynamics of teams and the implications for communication, negotiations, performance management, influence and decision making
- Discover best techniques for combining an understanding of national cultures with models for improving organization culture to create more innovative internationally-staffed organizations
This workshop is well suited for:
- Leaders of global teams wishing to optimize performance and results
- Leaders of multi-cultural domestic US teams wanting more successful innovation and collaboration
- Global leaders who are about to step into a new global role or be expatriated to a foreign country
- HR professionals and teams who support global or multi-cultural teams and leaders
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