Business is becoming more global; successful companies are now competing for customers, markets and labor from across the world. As a result, organizations and their workforces are becoming increasingly diverse and spread out, and while this brings substantial benefits it also creates new challenges both in terms of talent management and the ability to accomplish business goals.
According to the UN over the next few years multinationals expect approximately 70% of the world’s growth to come from emerging markets, and 44% of executives in a 2010 McKinsey Global Survey cite the need to source talent from these markets, while another 35% report needing to source and train talent from developed markets to deploy to emerging markets.
Given these facts, global leadership competency and communication capability are no longer “nice-to-haves” but “must-haves” for companies to be successful in this new reality. In this session you will be astonished to discover the urgency with which these programs need to be implemented, and the direct impact that doing so will have on the business metrics that matter to internal and external stakeholders.
Learn about the impending talent crisis and how it directly correlates to global business outcomes
Find out what is the number one reason individuals in high growth areas are not considered eligible for employment
Discover the two strategic levers you must have to boost global performance and productivity