IamExpat Webinar: How to lead diverse teams effectively
Expats are constantly on the lookout for useful information and services tailored to their needs. The IamExpat Webinars offer a great opportunity for trustworthy specialists and expats to share insights, actionable strategies and best practices.
The next IamExpat Webinar is presented by Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. Register now! It's free!
Don't miss the next IamExpat webinar!
- Date: October 29, 2020
- Time: 4 pm
- Title: How to lead diverse teams effectively
- Presenters: Brandon Kirby, Director of MBA Marketing and Admissions and Meir Shemla, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at RSM
- Register now (free) and confirm your attendance on Facebook and Meetup
What to expect at the webinar
Gone are the days when a job was a job for life. Long gone.
Where Baby Boomers or Gen-Xers might have seen a lifetime career play out in a single role or company, today’s global professionals are expected to have the awareness and flexibility to adapt to change and uncertainty. And to adapt fast.
Top international employers are looking for first-class business and technical chops. But they are also looking for soft skills and a can-do attitude that will see you develop and grow beyond the role, perform well in different scenarios and deliver impact across departments, functions or geographies.
Improve and challenge yourself by joining this webinar presented by Brandon Kirby, Director MBA Marketing & Admissions and Meir Shemla, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University.
How does it work?
Participating in the IamExpat Webinars couldn't be simpler: all you have to do is register for the next webinar (free), confirm your attendance on Facebook and / or Meetup and join a few minutes before 4 pm on August 13. No downloads or software installations needed!
Can’t join at the exact date and time? Don’t worry! For those who have registered, a replay link will be sent to you after the live webinar.