Gugin Course module: Global Leadership Preparation
3 Hours excluding Breaks – 1 Facilitator – 20 People maximum
Prerequisites for attending
The attendees are expected to have some international leadership experience so that each participant can share experiences and develop a personal development plan based on these experiences and the topics we cover on the course.
After the Course
After the course the participants will have a good image of their strengths and weaknesses as leaders in a globalised work
A classroom is needed with Whiteboard and a projector where a computer can be connected
This course module on Global Leadership focuses on helping you to determine your cross-cultural strengths and weaknesses as a global leader. It is not uncommon that new global leaders experience that everything they have learned and skills they have developed are becoming useless in a different cultural environment. That can be in a new country, a new organisation or when it comes to lead an outsourcing partner.
In this module you will learn which strengths and weaknesses you have as a global leader when leading or managing a multicultural team. Through personal assessments you will become aware of areas you could work on and you will get the roadmap for a personal development plan.
- What do successful global leaders do – and how do you get there?
- Assessment of your current strengths and weaknesses
- How to change and build on the strengths and hide your weaknesses.
- Personal development plan
Who should attend this module on Global Leadership Preparation?
This module is intended for the new international/global/cross-functional leader. You will get the tools to understand why diversity in cultures can be challenging but that this diversity also can become your biggest asset.
Facilitation style of the Global Leadership Workshop
The Global Leadership workshop will be facilitated in such a way that the participants experiences will be blended with the academic content presented by the facilitator. There will also be individual reflection exercises when each participant is developing his or her action plan for change in order to become more cultural intelligent.