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Business Essentials: HR's Strategic Role in Global Business - Schaumburg
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This half-day course will cover global HR issues and competencies.

9/30/2015
When: Wednesday, September 30, 2015
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Where: Lake Forest Graduate School of Management - Schaumburg Campus
1300 E. Woodfield Rd. Suite 600
Schaumburg, Illinois  60173
United States
Contact: Joann DeNardis
312-981-6790

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This course has been canceled. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Joann DeNardis at jdenardis@hrmac.org

 

Geographically dispersed, cross-cultural teams are quickly becoming the norm in many multi-national organizations. This session, designed specifically for Human Resources professionals provides a framework on global diversity and inclusion, in particular around team interactions and cross-cultural influences. In this highly interactive session, individuals will explore cultural differences, how the diversity that those differences can be leveraged, common obstacles faced by multi-national companies, and tools to overcome them. A focus on how to manage virtual teams, its challenges and how to keep them engaged from abroad will also be covered. This four hour session will provide HR professionals with tools to become a more effective HR global business partner and how to work with, and help develop, cross cultural and global teams.

NoteProgram fee includes continental breakfast, pre-course networking, four business HRCI recertification credit hours and four SHRM-CP professional development credits (PDC's), a post-session Global Awareness Profile (GAP) Assessment, as well as key findings from research of What's Next: Future Global HR Trends Appendix. Pre-register for this program early in order to complete a pre-session questionnaire exercise included in the program fee.

Program Speaker: Bruce Such teaches Executive Success Skills, Global Business & Cultural Diversity, Negotiations and Conflict Management, and Strategic Talent Management at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. Bruce was also the former Manager of Global Training and Development for Hollister Incorporated, where he supported Corporate Finance, Global Research & Development, New Product Development, and Global Marketing/Business Development.

  

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This program has been approved for 4 business credit hours towards PHR/SPHR/GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 4 professional development credits (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.