|Presented by:||Ron Sims, Practice Leader, Global Talent Management, Right Management|
|Date:||Thursday, Mar 14 2013 12:00pm EDT|
Leading in a global environment is challenging and cultural differences become more important factors in understanding leadership and providing effective initiatives to support intercultural work assignments.
Right Management and Tucker International partnered to complete a groundbreaking study of nearly 2,000 leaders from 13 nationalities to learn more about:
- The most important intercultural competencies required of global leaders
- How these competencies differ across nationalities
- The behaviors that are most strongly predictive of leadership success in intercultural environments
As a trusted partner, Right Management is uniquely positioned in this area with global resources and local knowledge of leadership development in the countries which you operate.