Modify Your Global Approach To Better Engage Local Managers in China

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session will focus on the challenges organizations encounter when there are gaps in the management capabilities and competencies of local mangers in China.
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Track: International HR

China is the one of the fastest growing markets in the world and as a result of this growth companies are facing a number of challenges that will impact their success. One of these challenges is the development of local management. This session will explore this challenge by focusing on a few key areas of management development. Using case study approach, the session will explore the challenges that companies are facing in terms of identifying and developing Chinese managers in the changing business (economic) and cultural (social) environment. This session will also examine the current management development initiatives at both the marketplace, organizational, and employee levels. The session offers critical implications for designing and implementing management development programs for multinationals in China.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Monday, June 27, 2011 - 2:00pm to 3:15pm
Presenter: 

Stephanie Liu, GPHR

Stephanie
Liu, GPHR
Stephanie Liu has over 15 years of experience in the field of Human Resources Management in global companies operating in both China and Asia Pacific markets. She has worked in many industries as FMCG, financial institution, pharmaceuticals, industries technology and service sector. She is a human resource professional who has a great deal of passion and energy in talent development, organization development and process improvement. She was awarded the HR Manager of the Year 2000 by China Staff and certified GPHR in 2007. She has served as Standing Committee Member of the Multi-national Pharmaceutical Industry Association from 2001 to 2005, and the Chair for Amcham Shanghai HR Committee in 2005 and 2006.
Location: 
LVCC N210-212
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
Global Credit
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