AmCham Advanced Learning Lab Seminar
Every year in AmCham’s Business Climate Survey, we learn that Taiwan’s talents are not only extremely well-educated but also hard-working and very trustworthy. Then why aren’t Taiwan talents better compensated?
Part of the answer lies in the fundamental change the global economy is undergoing since the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We are in a period of intense disruption. So, while hard-work and education remain necessary, they are no longer sufficient for creating high value, and consequently, they no longer ensure high compensation. Other competencies have become even more critical.
This seminar outlines what those competencies are. Based on research from the World Economic Forum, McKinsey Global Institute, and the speaker’s observation as a coach for executives in the world’s leading multinationals, you will learn about the competencies we now need for personal success in today’s multinationals. During the seminar, the speaker will explain what these competencies are, why they are vital, and what Taiwan talents can do to develop them.
- Which specific underlying factors of work are changing in global organizations and why?
- Which five competencies create value at work in most multinationals?
- What can you do to acquire and strengthen these competencies?
- Discussion and Q&A with the speaker
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Managing Director, Z&A Knowledge Solutions
For nearly thirty years, William Zyzo has been coaching and training executives and senior managers in multinationals in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, and mainland China. He is also the Advisor to AmCham’s Advance Learning Lab and Managing Director of Z&A Knowledge Solutions.
This seminar is MEMBER EXCLUSIVE and on a first-come-first-served basis, a maximum of 30 persons. The maximum number of registrants per company is 2. If you wish to register more than 2 participants, please contact AmCham Taipei office.
Contact Person: Joyce Pan (02) 2718-8226 ext. 211 / [email protected]
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