Developing Global Leadership

Successful global expansion starts with leaders who think proactively, sense and foresee emerging trends and act upon them without fear. To accomplish this, leaders need a global mindset and eagerness to look for new opportunities in developing markets.

Many leaders understand that, in this new world order, simply having the right product and technology will not suffice.It is the caliber of their leadership and innovation that will make the difference.

How can you evaluate a global market? Plan a product launch? What should you know? Where do you start? Right here.
From personal cross-cultural preparation, to multi-national team traiining, to corporate adaptation.

Our proprietary and customized sessions will help you naviate the following challenges when crossing borders:

  • How to successfully work on a diverse and multi-national team?
  • How to manage diversity on a multi-national team?
  • How to motivate people to stick to the timeline, budget and terms of agreement?
  • How to run a project in a foreign country and/or multi-locations?
  • How do I close the deal?
  • What are a few negotiation tips?

Developing a global mindset requires leaders to:
Integrate the global component of strategy into their corporate strategy and change thinking patterns and strategies from a single domestic focus to a broad global focus.

Manage uncertainty and fear while constantly adapting to change and accepting it as part of a process. Also, get the right people in place with the skills necessary to focus on international expansion.

Cross-Cultural Preparation & Training

What’s under the surface in international business? A lot! The culture, social norms, values, customs, reasoning, thinking patterns, decision making, negotiations, and body language are just a few of the minefields businesses encounter as they attempt to navigate the global marketplace. While the legal system, tax issues, and the political situation all seem visible, in many regions they are not always as they appear.

For example, in some countries the lack of transparency functions just like an added tax. And the implications of these unknown “taxes” are not easy to calculate. How can you deal with these issues?

Combine the various cultures and values of the corporate work force into a unique global organizational culture.

Invest in your people so they can help you succeed globally. Embrace diversity and differences.

Learn how to cooperate with partners worldwide by successfully managing global teams and alliances. Once the proper leadership focus is in force companies can begin the process of developing a road map to measurable and sustainable growth in the international marketplace.