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Inclusive Leadership, Global Impact – APAC

America/Vancouver

How do you ensure your DEI efforts have an impact at a global level?

Join us for a 60-minute webinar hosted by Aperian Global’s Director of Consulting for APAC, Mui Hwa Ng and Aperian Global’s Managing Partner, Dr. Ernest Gundling.

This session will explore how global inclusion initiatives can be combined with local insights to develop, retain, and engage employees around the world, providing examples from the Asia Pacific.

Develop strategies to mitigate risk and position your organization for a new wave of innovation and growth, propelled by a truly inclusive work environment.

We’ll take a deeper look into:

  • What’s common and what’s not: demographics, diversity & intersectionality, and social justice
  • How do we address Equity in the Asian context of organizational hierarchy
  • The common thread of marginalization
  • How global social justice issues around Race and Sexuality can be addressed in Asia
  • Examples of key inclusion factors from China, Thailand, and the Philippines
  • Best practices for global inclusion initiatives

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Mui Hwa Ng
Director of Consulting, APAC

Mui Hwa Ng has successfully delivered a wide range of talent development interventions throughout Asia Pacific for many executives of Fortune 100 and FTSE companies. She has developed training programs for the educational, banking, finance, pharmaceutical, electronics, manufacturing, and consumer goods sectors in various areas of Leadership – including Culture and Workstyle, Team Collaboration & Management, Inclusion & Diversity, Distance and Matrix Leadership.

Ernest Gundling, Ph.D.
Co-Founder and Managing Partner

Dr. Gundling has worked with numerous Fortune 500 firms and is a sought-after keynote speaker and executive coach. He has lived in Asia and Europe, including six years in Japan. Dr. Gundling holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Chicago, and a B.A. from Stanford University; he also serves as a Lecturer in the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of seven books, the latest titled, Inclusive Leadership, Global Impact.