May 17, 2018
Motivation, jobs satisfaction and work performance are inter-related. High labor turnover rate or a leader without being able to provide shared vision would no longer sustain competitive advantage. How to retain, develop current and potential talents would be important for being an effective leader. This 2 day program will explore how effective leadership can influence positive team performance and retain global talents. In addition, key elements for becoming an effective global leader will be addressed to enhance managers' leadership skills.
• The role of Manager or Leader
• A Leader in managing risk vs a leader in managing crisis/chaos
• Mind mapping - developing strategic thoughts and how to reach team consensus
• Human dimensions in global leadership - coaching, facilitation, listening & feedback skills
• Managing Emotions - Global leadership EQ development
• Balance the quantitative and the qualitative teamwork
• Explore criteria and definition of talent and how to motivate and retain global talents
• Managing a global team - managing diversity, change, and beyond
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Managers or general participants who are interested in leadership skills and talent development. Proficiency in English communication Department Managers.
Dr Jasmine FAST-LIN
Over years of working and living in 12 international cities of Asia, Europe and USA, particularly in Germany for over a decade, Dr. Fast-Lin has her expertise in training delivery, analyzing training needs, working with vendors/suppliers, designing/selecting training courses for multinational corporations, intercultural group facilitation and training/coaching for top and senior/middle managers or executives, coordinating with global HR and key stakeholders to tailor projects in management/leadership and talent development. She also dedicates on developing children and adult EQ programs. In particular, from 2006-2010, she supported German Chamber of Commerce in China (Beijing, Tianjin, and Guangzhou offices) to roll out, design, and deliver several management training programs, as well as to develop corporate in-house programs.
Dr. Fast-Lin has been delivering training/coaching programs and consultancy projects in Singapore, Germany, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, cities of China, Vietnam, and Hong Kong. Clients and participants are from more than 25 nationalities and many from Fortune 500 multinationals at all levels. Apart from her training and consultancy work, she likes writing and has published more than 500 articles related to global management practices, particularly in the field of cross-cultural management. She speaks English, Mandarin, German and Taiwanese.
Dr. Fast-Lin received her MSc. in Human Resource Development and Ph.D. of Management Learning, specialized in Cross-Cultural Management, from Lancaster University, UK, an MBA from University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK., a BA in Economics at Chinese Culture University in Taiwan. She has received professional trainer certifications in Global Intercultural Consultant, DISC, Talent Development, and EQ emotional development for children and adults.
Courses Delivered by Dr. Jasmine Fast-Lin: Communication and Negotiation, Management Essentials, Intercultural Training, Intercultural Conflict Management, Virtual Teams, International Presentation Skills, Management Transition and Managing Performance, EQ in Communication- children to adults, International Project Management, Global Leadership and Talent Development, One-on-one Coaching, Other Tailored in-house programs
Date: Thursday 17th & Friday 18th of May 2018
Time: From 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Venue: Landmark Tower 2,North Dongsanhuan Road 8,Chaoyang District, Beijing
Language: English / Chinese
Certificate: Certificate of Completion is provided.
CCI France Chine's Members: RMB 4400
CCI France Chine's non-Members: RMB 4800
(Fee includes lectures, course materials and lunch.)
To attend this Training, please complete the following registration form. A confirmation email will be sent to you in the upcoming days.
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