Global Leadership Development South Bay Organization Development Network December 4, 2006 Liz Wiseman, Dinesh Chandra, President, Mindshare CEO, Global Citizenship Learning Systems email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 408-416-3293 650-854-3544 Globalization Painpoints Lack of trust and Lack of ownership and transparency in multi- commitment & team national teams spirit is harder Lack of global Lack of funds for travel product/program Difficulty in managing management skills expectation Delay in scheduling High Turnover in calls/meetings due to growing economies time difference Lack of adaptive Cross cultural corporate culture communication Global Leadership Development Business & Leadership Requirements Critical Business Issues Critically Needed Leadership Skills Attrition Management / Change Management Retention Coaching Others Globalization Performance Management Talent Management & Collaboration across Multi-national Teams Leadership Facilitation Skills Managing Growth Globalization & Global Perspective Brand management Inquiry and Analysis, Dialogue Creating Shared Purpose and Vision Strategic Direction Cross Cultural Awareness Systemic Problem Solving Quality Management Multi-national Meeting Management Global Leadership Development Trends in Leadership Development Action Learning Talent Management 1-1 Coaching & Mentoring Beyond Action Learning -- > Fusion Learning Global Leadership Development Global Insight Program August 6-11, 2006 Lonavala, India Global Insight Program Objectives 1) Create a forum to: Strengthen global mindset in business executives Build global leadership capabilities Encourage a rich exchange of ideas 2) Help sponsoring companies fill the talent pipeline for global leaders Global Leadership Development How we Built Leadership We fuse learning and working into one seamless process. Instead of taking leaders away from their work for training and coaching, we develop leaders by engaging them deeply in the most challenging work of the business. Fusion Learning Global Leadership Development Approach – Fusion Learning Open and broaden the thinking Consider a real issue Get the facts Work the problem Drive to a solution Business Plan Integrate, expand, & apply the learning Global Leadership Development Approach -- 360 degree learning Speakers & Facilitators Peer Participants YOU Exercises & Reading Project Work Global Leadership Development Global Insight Program Agenda Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Managing in a Leading a High Business Business Projects Integration Changing Performance Performance Environment Team Experiential Creating Global Project Work Project Dr. CK Prahalad Learning Shared Vision Acquisitions Reports Change Coaching Project Management (Prasad Kaipa) Introductions India Retention Creating a Project Project Work Group Issues & Culture of Planning Sponsor check- Learning Practices Collaboration in Global Strategy Cross Cultural Project Work Peter Block (CK Prahalad) Collaboration Dinner Conversations Executive Dinner Grow Talent (Peter Block) Speaker Project Work Dinner Dinner Dr. Prasad Kaipa Global Leadership Development Global Leadership Model Strong Personal Capability and Capacity Collaborative Style Have strong personal standards Influences and accesses (vs. controls and hierarchy) Self awareness & confidence Co-creates and drives synergy in organizations Actively learns & grows Creates shared purpose across diverse groups and Enormous physical energy cultures Model the core values of the global/corporate organization and ensure the corporate values Leverages global diversity transcend local culture/values Can let go and trust Broad Perspective Comfort with Ambiguity and Complexity Think broadly Understands both global needs as well as local needs See beyond themselves and makes appropriate decisions to maintain important Look after the well being of the whole global standards while maximizing local success Transformation Orientation Willing to take risks Focuses on the future Can operate in real time Creates optimism and hope Can scale up and down Transforms and improves organizations Critical Skills Engaging Interpersonal Communication International exposure Tolerant, empathetic, and can listen without judgment Cultural awareness (of both own and others’ culture) Enables teams and ignites the hearts and passions of Multi-lingual others Collaboration, dialogue Can make tough decisions and enroll others in them Coaching Conversations to engage people and teams Global Leadership Development Exercise Identify the leadership skills (or mindsets) that truly distinguish global leaders from other effective leaders in your ( or your client’s) organizational setting Select the three skills which require the maximum attention in your organization. Why those 3? Global Leadership Development Learnings: Leadership Development in a Global Setting 1. Peer learning 2. Learning from outside ones company & ones industry 3. Working on real projects 4. Working side-by-side expedites knowledge of cultural assumptions 5. Using multiple contributors/presenters to appeal to different cultures 6. Structure in multi-faceted cultural settings Global Leadership Development Global mindset Be open and see diversity as a source of creativity Be willing to learn and collaborate Be curious about other cultures and reflective about your own Identify as a citizen of the world Care about the triple score card: Economic, Social and Ecological Global Leadership Development Global Insight II Program overview information Week of March 19, 2007 Bay Area Focus on cross cultural leadership Coaching Facilitation Communication Business Challenge Case Studies Global Leadership Development Liz Wiseman Liz Wiseman is the President of Mindshare Learning Systems, an executive development firm, devoted to the development of strong, collective leadership in its client organizations. At Mindshare Learning Systems, she works with clients to design and deliver workshops and learning systems to build leadership and align organizations behind key business initiatives. She provides 1-1 coaching to executives, providing assessment data, feedback and coaching to help clients strengthen their leadership skills and effectiveness. Prior to Mindshare, Liz worked at Oracle Corporation for 17 years in various executive roles in the Education and HR organizations. Most recently, she worked as the Vice President of Global Products and Services for Oracle’s $400 million education business, where she led product management, marketing, pricing, eLearning, and internal training globally. Prior to this, she worked was Vice President of Oracle’s Human Resource Development organization, working closely with Oracle’s top management team to align the organization behind a strategic direction and build leadership at all levels of the organization. She facilitated the senior executive team through a strategic planning process, launched and ran the Oracle Leaders’ Forum -- Oracle’s showcase leadership development and strategic work process -- and rolled out a corporate wide strategic communication process. Prior to this, Liz was the Director of Oracle University, starting and leading Oracle University from a small new-hire training department to a full corporate university with global scope. In her various roles at Oracle, she has led several significant globalization and consolidation initiatives, saving the company over $30 million annually, and has worked and traveled extensively internationally. Global Leadership Development Dinesh Chandra Dinesh Chandra is founder of GlobalCitizenship Inc., that promotes business between Indo-US companies through strategic partnership. He is considered a global citizen and works in the field of global leadership development. After working as Director of Productivity /Quality at Beckman-Coulter, he successfully launched a management consulting firm and a product management company. This enabled him to work in the U.S and in fifteen other countries, acquiring a global skill set and working with leading organizations like American Express, Cisco,Eicher-Mitsubishi, Fujitsu, Harley-Davidson, Larsen & Toubro, Oracle, Port of Singapore Authority, and Tata Group. He is an engineer by training and then gained valuable experience in Six Sigma, Knowledge Management and the development of Learning Communities. He has led many workshops in Transformational Leadership, with business leaders around the globe. During the last few years he has focused on Change management issues around collaborative technologies with firms like Cisco and Oracle. Dinesh has a MS in Industrial engineering and an MBA in Finance. He is a contributing author to "Learning Organizations: Developing Cultures for Tomorrow's Workplace" and "Community building: Renewing Spirit and Learning in Business". He has co edited a book entitled "What is True Wealth and how do we create it?" He is the author of numerous articles on global leadership and citizenship. In partnership with Mindshare Learning Systems, Dinesh has created a "Global Leadership Forum," a 5-day workshop which strengthens global mindset and leadership in business executives from Silicon Valley and Indian firms by creating a forum for a rich exchange of ideas and an opportunity to build global Global can learn more about leadership skills. YouLeadership Development his work at www.globalcitizenship.com.
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