About This Workshop
This is a workshop for managers, leaders, business owners, future young leaders, and anyone who aspires to be a good leader.
When the world becomes unprecedently uncertain and vulnerable, especially the pandemic directly challenges both business/personal sustainability and purpose, are you already thinking of how to redefine our leadership at work, at life or for our own businesses?
How can we better motivate and influence people around us through purposeful and responsible leadership? Is this the same across all cultures? Does the efficiency we all have been after offer the ultimate goal of effectiveness we want?
Our Responsible Leadership workshops are guided and facilitated by global leadership scholars and humanistic management experts, at the same time, featured by real experience and stories of industry leaders. This is a global conversation and interactive learning to transform us towards responsible leadership for better future.
Engage in global conversation and interactive learning with experts.
Prof. Pingping Fu
Professor of Organizational Behavior,
Nottingham University Business School China (NUBS China);
China Chapter Lead Member,
Humanistic Management Network
Professor Pingping Fu’s research has been mostly on organizational leadership. She was a member of the Global Leadership and Organizational Behavioral Effectiveness (GLOBE) research project team between 1997 and 2017, and a member of the GLOBE board between 2010 and 2017.
Aptar India and SEA
As an HR professional, Geetha has spent more than 28 years gaining operational and managerial skills, and addressing and resolving organizational HR challenges. Having associated with and worked in diversified industries like manufacturing, online media, telecom, IT and entertainment media, Geetha’s assignments have provided her with the opportunity to work with leading businesses across a variety of markets. In every workplace, Geetha has cherished her work.
Dr. Ernst von Kimakowitz
Humanistic Management Center
Dr. Ernst von Kimakowitz is passionate about strengthening the positive impact of business towards a more equitable and more sustainable planet. He is founding director of the Humanistic Management Center and co-founder of the Humanistic Management Network. Ernst holds a research position at the University of Lucerne in Switzerland and has been visiting faculty at universities in Colombia, Germany, India and Japan.
VP & GM,
Aptar Pharma, Greater China
Spanning more than 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry, Xin began her career at Aptar in 1998, as one of the first Chinese employees at Aptar-Pfeiffer China. Since then, she has served at the company for more than 12 years in various commercial and management roles. Today, Xin takes charge of Aptar Pharma business in Greater China, leading the commercial, technical, operation and quality team to introduce innovative drug packaging, delivery and service solutions.
Part I: An Indigenous View
Part II: Effectiveness Vs Efficiency
Nov 18, Wed, 7:30pm – 9pm | GMT+8
Nov 26, Thu, 7:30pm – 9pm | GMT+8
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