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Global Executive Mindset – The 7 Facets for Asians to thrive in an MNC
arrowDo you want to know what it takes for Asians Managers to get ahead?
arrowDo you want to improve your current situations and get ahead faster?
arrowDo you want to find out what your foreign boss is looking for?
arrowDo you wish to learn what strategies others successful Asian leaders use to get ahead?
arrowDo you want to achieve results, build relationships and communicate clearly with business partners across the geographies.
If you answer “Yes”, then you must attend The 7 Facets for Asians to thrive in an MNC training – a unique and breakthrough program that is being run in Asia and US.We will show you how a combination of respect for elders, emphasis on reticence and technical competence and other cultural aspects has contributed to the self-effacing Asian style. While this discipline and sense of quiet achievement have powered Asia’s economic growth, global MNC’s need to build a cadre of Asian leaders who are confident, outgoing and able to make an impact across cultures and in the boardrooms of major U.S. or European corporations.Until now, no leadership program has addressed this major issue. GEM – 7 facets for Asians to thrive in Multi National Corporations; is a unique and breakthrough program which delivers immediate change in the following aspects:

  1. Understanding and recognition of cultural inhibitions among Asians
  2. Behavioral change to facilitate confidence in an MNC environment
  3. How to build relationships and trust with various stakeholders across cultures
  4. Enhance communications skills to help you standout and show confidence

This unique program is designed by dynamic Asian-born leadership expert and trainer who has risen through the highest ranks of global MNC’s. Stephen Krempl has worked with Fortune 500 companies for more than two decades. At Motorola he rose to become Regional Manager before working with PepsiCo and YUM Brands (where he last served VP YUM University in Louisville, Kentucky USA) and Starbucks where he last held the position of Chief Learning Officer based in Seattle. An author of several books on learning Across Multiple Locations and leadership change, Singapore-born Stephen has coached hundreds of executives in the U.S.,Europe and Asia on organizational and behavioral change. He walks the talk, and has a clear message for the thousands of Asian executives striving to make a difference to the corporation: “If I can do it, so can you.” says Krempl.

Program Name: G.E.M. – The 7 Facets for Asians to thrive in an MNC

Venue:The American Club, 10 Claymore Hill, Singapore 229573

Date: Friday, 29 July 2011

Time: 9am to 5:30pm (registration starts at 8:30am) – Lunch & tea break included Investment: S$450/pax; S$800 for 2; or S$1080 for 3