|When:|| Tuesday, 18 February, 2014
6pm registration, 6:30-7:30pm presentation, networking until 8pm
|Where:|| The Helena May
35 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong
Take taxi to the rank in front of the St. John's Bldg, just above Peak Tram and opposite US Consulate. Walk up the hill, it is the first building.
Jane Horan, EdD is an author, speaker and authority in cross-cultural leadership, unconscious bias and career transitions. She consults to Fortune 100 firms on developing inclusive and engaged organisations.
Jane's book, I Wish I’d Known That Earlier In My Career: the power of positive workplace politics is a must read for navigating organisations, now widely used by corporate universities and career coaches globally. Her recent book, How Asian Women Lead: Lessons for Global Organisations provides a different picture on leadership, looking beneath the corporate surface to show cultural and family perspectives.
An internationally recognised and inspirational speaker, Jane’s presentations give the audience usable tips and insights for career success.
Online registration is closed.
A special evening with Jane Horan
WMN is honoured to have Jane Horan, EdD, author, speaker and authority in cross-cultural leadership, unconscious bias and career transitions, visiting us here from Singapore.
One of the biggest challenges facing organisations today is retaining talent and building a diverse leadership team. Is there a lack of talent or does leadership look different across cultures? This highly interactive session shares research, presents questions,and engages in a discussion on leadership diversity and sustaining success.
Based on a 6 year narrative study across multiple cultures in Asia, Jane's book How Asian Women Lead: Lessons for Global Corporations uncovers a different picture on leadership and careers. There is no doubt the next decade of growth will focus heavily on Asia but are MNC's prepared to capture organizational and human capital opportunities? The current practice in leadership selection and talent management has allowed for a very small percentage of women in decision-making roles illustrating how organisational processes are out of date, carry a Western lens, and are ill-suited for Asian markets.
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The event is FREE for WMN members and HK$60 (UD$7.70) for non-members. Please register above.