WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Are you looking to move into a regional or global role?
  • Are you looking to sharpen your people and leadership management skills?
  • Are you navigating through a complex and ambiguous business landscape?

Design Roots

Designed as a measure for truly effective intervention, the programme has its roots in a series of in-depth interviews carried out by HCLI with Business and HR senior executives on their experiences with Asian emerging leaders at multinational corporations. These insights have provided the basis of the programme that we hope will truly serve as an effective platform to accelerate local Asian talent towards their full potential. 

Focus Areas

Through Global-Asia LAP, participants will undergo a journey that addresses four key areas. Grounded in HCLI’s research, these four areas are identified to be most fundamental in facilitating the target group to become effective global leaders. Accordingly, Global-Asia LAP incorporates these elements, and the entire journey is depicted below.

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OVERCOMING FEARS, ARTICULATING ASPIRATIONS

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NAVIGATING COMPLEXITY, THRIVING IN AMBIGUITY

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EMBRACING CULTURES, RECONCILING DIFFERENCES

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COMMUNICATING TO STAKEHOLDERS, ENGAGING WITH IMPACT

What is "Global-Asia"?

Asia is being globalised and, at the same time, the world is being “Asianised” at an unprecedented scale. Asia and the rest of the world are more interdependent than before. However, collaboration and convergence have become increasingly difficult, amidst a fragile global economy and domestic pressures. With the emergence of new players and institutions in a state of flux, there is a need to proactively define, understand and manage the confluence of Asia and the world. This necessitates a fundamental shift away from paradigms based on geographically defined dichotomies to a “Global-Asia” paradigm that focuses on the interconnections between Asia and the rest of the world. How well countries, cities and companies fare in the evolving global order will depend on their ability to build and deepen linkages by traversing and transcending differences.

ABOUT HCLI

The Human Capital Leadership Institute (HCLI) offers the unique ability to bring together multiple perspectives and voices from business, government and academia, offering thought leadership and insights on understanding Asia, successfully doing business in Asia and its implications on leadership and human capital strategies for Asia. Through its efforts, the Institute aims to develop global leaders with a strong understanding of leading in Asia, as well as to build Asian leaders with the ability to lead on the global stage.

HCLI is a strategic alliance between the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM), Singapore Economic DevelopmentBoard (EDB) and Singapore Management University (SMU).

For more information, please visit www.hcli.org