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Managing Global Teams Program

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Date

On Demand

Duration

3 Days

What skills do leaders need to drive growth and innovation across geographic and cultural boundaries? Our Managing Global Teams Program (MGTP) incorporates the latest concepts from Global Mindset, Social Psychology, and Neuroscience research to create a highly interactive learning experience for leaders of global teams.


Designed for either in-person or online delivery, this three-module program includes action-learning projects, simulations, and assessments that will accelerate and personalize the learning for each participant.

Managing Global Teams Program

This three-module program includes action-learning projects, simulations, and assessments that will accelerate and personalize the learning for each participant.

WHAT DOES THIS PROGRAM COVER?

Module 1


  • Session 1 - Understanding Cross-Cultural Management
  • Session 2 - The Global Mindset Inventory: Your Unique Global Leadership Journey


(Optional) Applied Learning Project Introduction and Learning Group Discussion*


Participants will:


  • Understand the foundational concepts in managing teams across cultures and geographies
  • Develop awareness of their competencies related to global leadership
  • Identify their unique global leadership development goals
  • Identify learning groups and define their Applied Learning Project  

Module 2


  • Session 3 - Fostering Collaboration and Innovation Across Networked Teams
  • Session 4 - Effective Communication for Leading Global Teams


(Optional) Learning Group Work and Faculty Coaching*


Participants will:


  • Learn how to build and nurture collaboration and innovation across cultures
  • Recognize the elements needed for teams to operate in virtual environments
  • Incorporate their organizational goals and learning insights into their applied learning project

Module 3


  • Session 5 - Leading Change Across Cultures and Geographies
  • Session 6 - Effective Communication for Leading Global Teams


(Optional) Learning Group Work and Faculty Coaching* 


Participants will:


  • Develop skills to integrate diverse cultures, diffuse resistance across cultures, and manage the change process
  • Examine frameworks for cross-cultural communication
  • Incorporate learning insights from sessions and finalize presentation

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Build awareness and apply evidence-based concepts for leading high-performing teams across cultures and geographic boundaries.

Acquire personalized, actionable feedback that will expand your global mindset and increase your ability to leverage diverse perspectives.

Apply insights from the program to real organizational situations that will improve the processes for driving high-performance in your company’s global teams.

WHO IS THIS PROGRAM FOR?

Experienced leaders that are responsible for the performance of remote, multi-cultural teams.

PROGRAM FACULTY

Giuseppe “Joe” Carella, Assistant Dean, Eller Executive Education

In a complex, interdependent and uncertain global economy, talent development is increasingly an important source of competitive advantage. As the Assistant Dean of Executive Education at University of Arizona, Joe Carella is passionate about building executive and managerial talent and developing insight that can drive better business outcomes for leaders and their organizations. 

Allison S. Gabriel, Associate Professor and Robbins Fellow Management & Organizations

Allison Gabriel is an Associate Professor and Robbins Fellow in the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Akron, one of the highest rated programs in the nation, and her B.A. in Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University with honors and highest distinction. Her research focuses on how employee emotions, motivation, and stressors influence employee well-being on a day-to-day basis. Allison’s research on the effect of using cameras in virtual meetings on experiencing fatigue was recently featured in Science Daily and other publications.

Mansour Javidan Garvin, Distinguished Professor and Founding Director of the Najafi Global Mindset Institute

Dr. Javidan is currently the Garvin Distinguished Professor and Founding Director of the Global Mindset Institute. Multiple award-winning executive educator and author whose teaching and research interests span the globe. He received his MBA and Ph.D. degrees from the Carlson School at the University of Minnesota.

Certificate

Upon completion of the programme,

participants will be awarded a

verified Digital Certificate by

Eller College of Management

Executive Education.

Optional Action Learning Project

Groups will work with Eller Executive Education Faculty to identify their key organizational goals as it relates to managing global teams and develop a plan to implement a change process that will achieve these desired results.

Each group will have the opportunity to work together over the duration of the program and receive 3 coaching sessions from faculty as they develop their plan.

Fortune 1000 executives experienced in managing global teams will be included as mentors to each group.

This effort culminates in a presentation to faculty, and any select members from the participants organization.

Presentations are judged and groups receive feedback on their efforts while sharing perspectives with each other during the post presentation debrief.

This option would add ½ day of delivery for group presentations and debrief.