AmCham Advance Learning Lab Seminar
Our success as managers depends on the success of the people on our teams. The problem? Digitalization, globalization, and outdated education and training models are not only creating an increasing talent shortage, they are also undermining our efforts to upskill the people we have.
Fortunately, as old jobs are getting redesigned to meet emerging challenges and opportunities, a list of new foundational attitudes, behaviors, and competencies are coming into focus—competencies that talents at every level need to create value in the new economy.
Based on research from the World Economic Forum, US Department of Labor, McKinsey Global Institute, and his own observations as a coach for key talents in leading multinationals, the speaker has identified five such competencies. During the luncheon, he will explain what these competencies are, why they are essential, and what managers can do to help their people develop them.
1. Which specific underlying factors of work are changing in global organizations and why?
2. Which five competencies will drive value creation at work in most multinationals?
3. What can you do to help your people acquire and strengthen these competencies?
4. Q&A with the speaker
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
William Zyzo is a certified professional executive coach with nearly thirty years of coaching, training, and teaching experience in Greater China. He coaches members of the C-Suite in the world’s top multinational companies in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, and Mainland China. He also serves as the Advisor of AmCham’s Advanced Learning Lab and the managing director of Z&A Knowledge Solutions.
Contact Person: Jamie Lee (02) 2718-8226 ext. 211 / firstname.lastname@example.org