Japan HR Leaders Learning Series – July 24
We are pleased to invite you to the second meeting in this series, this time to be hosted by Fujitsu: “Leadership for When There is No More Business as Usual”
Today change itself is changing at a pace not seen before, with much of the acceleration happening in the last 15 years. Yet, many leaders have not replaced outdated management and leadership practices to better compete in the new reality. Some of the key questions that HR leaders need to be able address in their organization include:
- What style of leadership is best for creating breakthrough success in today’s environment?
- How can we best inspire, manage, measure, and reward performance?
- How can we measure employee engagement and effectively address the gaps?
- How can organizations innovate quickly and more often, and create a pipeline of future visionary leaders at the same time?
To kick off the discussion, Luis Souza, Head of International HR for Fujitsu, will share his thoughts and experience from the point of view of a multinational company undergoing dramatic changes in its business.
Also joining us will be a special guest: Rajeev Peshawaria, CEO of the ICLIF Leadership and Governance Center. Author of Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders (Simon & Schuster 2011), Be the Change (McGraw Hill 2014), Open Source Leadership (McGraw Hill 2017), and a regular writer for Forbes. Rajeev has been Chief Learning Officer of both Coca-Cola and Morgan Stanley and has formerly held senior positions at American Express and Goldman Sachs. He has been named one of Top 100 Global Thought Leaders for Trustworthy Business by ‘Trust Across America,’ in 2014 and 2017.
We will also be inviting HR Leaders in attendance to share their own experience and insights. A detailed topic/discussion outline will be shared to all confirmed attendees prior to the meeting.
Tuesday, 24th July, 2018
4:00pm – 6:00pm
HAB-YU (Ark Hills South Tower)
*Registration starts at 3:45pm
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