Vice President, Human Resources
Monday, January 28th, 0019
As organizations strive to bolster their talent pools with dependable, motivated, and productive workers, many are finding that the inclusion of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) is a business decision that can deliver multiple benefits. Explore opportunities in this case study from Best Buddies.
As companies globalize and operate across markets in multiple countries, more and more people are increasingly working with colleagues from different countries. Developing cross-cultural competencies to communicate with workforces in different nations can be difficult but the companies who succeed at this will always outperform the competition. Yet differences in cultural communication and widely varying practices in cultural business practices can lead to miscommunication and impact your ability to coordinate talent strategy and roll out unified HR policies. In this session, HR leaders who operate in the US, Latin America, Europe and the Caribbean will discuss their successes and challenges in navigating HR in a cross-cultural, multi-national workforce. Learn more about:
•How poor cross-cultural competencies can negatively impact your workforce
•Understanding how cultural business practices effect the productivity of different management styles
•Developing HR strategies that allow for cultural adaptations in multinational markets