Sat, 15 May | Zhengzhou

Women in Leadership: The cultures we have and the cultures we need (Conference speech)

Differing values by nature and nurture, conformist and rebellious roles, majority and minority voices in institutions, empathy and adaptation are just a few examples where collaboration between national, ethnic and social cultures have far-reaching lessons for gender issues in leadership.
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Women in Leadership: The cultures we have and the cultures we need (Conference speech)

Time & Location

15 May, 16:00 GMT+8
Zhengzhou, Xinzheng, Zhengzhou, Henan, China

About the Event

Explanations and solution attempts to persistent gender inequality in both corporate and political leadership have come from many angles: law, social justice, organisational effectiveness, human rights, equal opportunity, wellbeing and financial interests. 20-year China resident intercultural leadership consultant Gabor Holch probes whether an intercultural approach may add clarity and new solutions. Differing values by nature and nurture, conformist and rebellious roles, majority and minority voices in institutions, empathy and adaptation are just a few examples where collaboration between national, ethnic and social cultures have far-reaching lessons for gender issues in leadership. Gabor illustrates the practical applications of his approach through live cases from 25 years of consulting experience.

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