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APSMA HK: Training with a Global Mindset

  • 26 October 2016
  • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
  • EY, 22/F, CITIC Tower 1 Tim Mei Avenue Central, Hong Kong

Have you ever facilitated a workshop where most of the participants were quiet? Or perhaps too vocal and interrupting your flow? Everyone learns differently, which makes developmental and other learning experiences all the more challenging to design and deliver. Our workplace is also ever more global, which adds to the complexity we must navigate to effectively onboard new hires, elevate high potentials to meet their goals, and develop managers and leaders to do their best work.

How often do you consider the cultural underpinnings of learning as you facilitate, design or manage training? Join us to explore a variety of practical strategies to ensure that training, whether deployed globally or locally, meets the expectations of your participants.

In this interactive workshop, Sean Dubberke and Adrian Overholser of RW3 CultureWizard will share how to anticipate and adjust to many of the challenges you may encounter as you conduct training across cultures and around the world, including how to:

  • Effectively present yourself and your content
  • Engage learners from egalitarian and hierarchical cultures
  • Teach people with diverse communication styles
  • Engage people with individualistic and collaborative learning styles

Who Should Attend:

  • Anyone who facilitates, designs or manages training and workshops
  • HR Professionals in Learning & Development, Leadership Development, Diversity & Inclusion, Talent Management and beyond 
Date: Wednesday, 26 October 2016 
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
(1 hour workshop followed by light snacks and drinks to further network with your peers from other organisations) 
Location:

EY, 22/F, CITIC Tower 1 Tim Mei Avenue, Central, Hong Kong

Price: Free of charge
RSVP:
sean.dubberke@rw-3.com 

Speakers:

Sean Dubberke
Based in New York, but travelling constantly, Sean is Director of Learning at RW3 CultureWizard, the world’s leading intercultural learning organization specialising in developing culturally agile global professionals. RW3 CultureWizard has offices in New York, London, Los Angeles and representation for Asia Pacific in Hong Kong. Sean’s work focuses heavily on designing and delivering interactive learning experiences for global organizations across a variety of industries. Clients include firms like AECOM, Allen & Overy, CFA Institute, Jardine Matheson Group, HSBC, Gap Inc, KPMG, Nasdaq, PwC, Rolls Royce, Standard Chartered Bank, Tesco, Thomson Reuters, and The Walt Disney Company.


Adrian Overholser

Based in Hong Kong, Adrian is Director of Client Services for RW3 CultureWizard in Asia. A native New Yorker, banker and later marketing director with Citibank for over 15 years, Adrian moved to Hong Kong in 1995 where he worked for two global banks as regional head of sales and marketing before switching to consulting and organizational development. Since 2003 he has been involved in advising clients on strategic marketing matters as well as developing and delivering a wide variety of learning and development and change management programmes for financial institutions and professional service firms across Asia. He has delivered hundreds of learning experiences in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Singapore and other major cities in the Asia Pacific region. 


About RW3 CultureWizard:
RW3 CultureWizard is an intercultural learning organisation that supports the development of culturally agile, global professionals through a unique blend of online, mobile and instructor-led learning. CultureWizard is their flagship online learning platform, which makes it fun and easy to build intercultural competence whenever

you need it, on whatever device you prefer. RW3 CultureWizard specialises in global and virtual team-building, global leadership development, international assignment and business traveller support, country-specific learning in addition to a range of topics relevant to working effectively across cultures. 


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