- Time of issue:2020-06-11 00:00:00
Good leaders of good businesses care about its social responsibilities and impacts on people and the natural environment. The entrepreneurs who can make money from doing good business but who also want to invest time and money into supporting projects that can bring a better quality of life to people through education, enterprise, healthcare and environmental sustainability. But what do you start if want to be a leader or an entrepreneur? Our leadership training program will teach you the skills and self-understanding which you will need to build your ethical leadership capability.
For international businesses, managing the social environment requires becoming increasingly skillful in responding to the cultural sensitivities of stakeholders in local communities where the firm is active. Our cross-culture training will emphasize the indispensable role that training in cross-cultural awareness should play in managerial decision-making if businesses are to succeed in social environments away from their original homes. The failure of many international joint ventures should open our eyes to the specific complexities involved in attempting to manage cross-culturally. When an opportunity for cross-cultural collaboration breaks down, as when international management discovered that their joint venture had been sabotaged by their partner in order to achieve their own business goals, how should managers respond? Through introducing the cultural dimensions of global leadership and corporate behavioral effectiveness research, our cross-culture training course aims to discuss with participants how business leaders can successfully conduct business management in a cross-cultural context.
Fundamental to a sound CSR strategy are measures that discourage corrupt activity, encourage legal compliance and create solidarity throughout all levels of an organization. Implementing these measures in China can be challenging due to the difficulties inherent in understanding and navigating China’s complex legal, political and commercial systems and associated historical norms. We have developed a clear, simple, practical and immediately applicable strategy and collection of principles to operate from when instituting anti-corruption and compliance measures into your workplace.
A good leader will build a good business. A good business will attract good investors. But what do good investors look for in a good business? In particular, what is the most basic value in your business that investors will look for in their due diligence process? Our training program presents a comprehensive overview of due diligence and financial transparency with particular focus on the specific steps needed to implement and carry out these strategies effectively and sustainably.
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