In an increasingly connected and interdependent world, business leadership are increasingly subjected to the forces of globalisation. To some extent, such international forces have led to a cross-national convergence of management principles and practices, with a heavy influence from the United States and Western Europe due to their economic dominance the last two centuries.
Yet, governance structures, economic institutions and fundamental cultural values can arguably be quite resistant to global convergence forces. As a result, business leadership is still often enacted differently across different countries. This is certainly evident in Asia, an incredibly diverse region in itself.
Recognising this, HCLI’s Leadership Mosaics across Asia seeks to discover in-depth the different ways of leadership in Asia based on more than 160 in-depth conversational interviews with C-suite leaders in the region, applying about 4,000 research hours, and covering nine countries in Asia.
The Human Capital Leadership Institute will be bringing the research to the nine countries where the research was conducted. The global launch in Singapore was held in 2016. In 2017, the launch events will take place in India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.
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LEADERSHIP MOSAICS ACROSS ASIA SUGGESTS ANSWERS TO THE FOLLOWING:
(a) What are the prevalent characteristics of the senior business leaders across Asia?
(b) Beyond local success, how should Asian emerging leaders develop to make the leap onto the global stage?
(c) What are seven useful tips that can help leaders new to Asia connect with their local teams?
The full reports for each of the nine countries are available for complimentary digital download for a limited time only. Access the insights here.
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Companies with operations in Asia need capable global leaders who also understand the nuances of the locales in which they operate to facilitate and maintain business growth. In addition to their human capital requirements, these companies will need the right tools and infrastructure to connect their leaders to each other, and to the world.
The partnership between Tata Communications and HCLI is complementary to this end. Through this partnership, Tata Communications strives to empower companies with the right talent, and to equip teams with the right tools.