GLOBAL SESSION: Becoming a Globally Competent Leader

SHRM 2015 Annual Conference
This session explores your leadership agility and formulates a plan to raise your global leadership competency.
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The world is increasingly diverse and the global village is at your front door. In order to help your business navigate successfully around the world in the turbulent time, what kind of global leader are you? Do you have the flexibility to lead? Do you have the humility to learn? Do you have the fluency to move around the world with ease? This session will answer these questions by exploring your leadership agility. Young will help you create a plan to raise your own global leadership competency to help you succeed in an increasingly global workplace.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 2:15pm to 3:30pm

Celia Young


Since 1986, Ms. Young and her associates have helped their clients develop vision and strategies and implement “change” in their businesses worldwide. They coach and develop globally competent and multiculturally versatile leaders on the individual and group basis in order to help mold a new organization that is nimble and flexible in order to meet its customers’ needs around the world.  Ms. Young is a faculty member of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Organization System Development Programs where she trains coaches in the theory, concept and application of Gestalt in the development of “Whole Person” leadership, teams and organization.   She is an adjunct professor for Pepperdine University, School of Business.  Ms. Young is also a professional speaker on Pacific Rim cultures, cross-cultural communication, organizational behavior, organizational change, multicultural leadership, diversity and creativity, and global business strategies.   Ms. Young has a BA in Business Administration from Fu-Jen University in Taiwan, a MBA in Marketing from Michigan State University and a MA in Counseling Psychology from Pepperdine University.

LVCC N224-226
Amount of Credit: 
Credit Type: 
Global Credit
Session Type: 
Concurrent Session
Leadership & Navigation
Global & Cultural Effectiveness
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