There are Filipino leaders – typically of local, family-owned businesses – who adopt an autocratic style. There are others – typically with international experiences and exposure – who focus on driving a performance-oriented, merit-based organisation. Going forward, the signs point to a shift towards the latter. How can business leaders transform their organisations, in a manner that reconciles with ingrained Filipino values?
The Human Capital Leadership Institute invites you to a full day seminar with distinguished speaker Peter Cappelli, George W. Taylor Professor of Management and Director of the Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and an influential name in management.
27/Mar/2017 - 31/Mar/2017
The HR Leaders Programme (HRLP) is dedicated to deepening the understanding of Asia-specific human capital issues in the context of disruptions that businesses in a globalising Asia are facing.
Many Indonesian business leaders see themselves as the father of the family and a family-like approach is adopted in the workplace. Looking ahead, certain drivers of change will cause Indonesia’s business leadership to evolve. There has to be a shift towards engagement, empowerment, transparency and objectivity. How can Indonesia's businesses and their leaders transform?