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Asia Society Mumbai June 25 2009

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We do not have to dwell on the fact that the world has changed immeasurably since the summer of last year. Prescribed ways of thinking and acting have been severely challenged and many no longer apply ...

We do not have to dwell on the fact that the world has changed immeasurably since the summer of last year. Prescribed ways of thinking and acting have been severely challenged and many no longer apply in these unprecedented times. Governments, companies and individuals are in survival mode as bastions of banking have failed and industry icons are teetering on the edge.

Many blame the economic downturn and the global financial crisis on failures of governance.

Regardless, it will be leadership, in all its forms, that will ensure our short-term survival and a sustainable future.

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    Asia Society   Mumbai June 25 2009 Asia Society Mumbai June 25 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Redefining Leadership – Competing in Asia in the 21st Century Torbjorn Karlsson Regional Practice Managing Partner, Asia Pacific, Industrial Practice June 25, 2009
    • An Introduction Part I : Leading Yourself Part II : Leading Others Part III : Leading the Future 1
    • Time to Challenge ‘Old School’ Thinking Leadership by Values Leadership by Skills 2 Source: Tomorrow's Global Talent report, sponsored by BT, Career Innovation, Heidrick & Struggles, tomorrow’s company.
    • Seismic Changes Affecting Leadership Going Global Globally-Minded Focus on Short-Term Focus on Ecosystems Growth Expansion Collaboration & Consolidation Leading Generation X Motivating Generation Y Power in Institutions Power in Consumers 3
    • Redefining Leadership – The Rise and Rise of Asia Pacific Japan as Powerhouse China & India Tenured CEOs Young CEOs Leadership Gap The Chinese Diaspora Manufacturing Value-Added Services Focus on Export Markets Grow Domestic Markets 4
    • Prerequisites for Future Leaders • Flexible and adaptable to deal with ambiguity and management paradoxes • Drive innovation, exploit emerging opportunities and ideas • Lead, coach and mentor multigenerational, multi-cultural teams • Compete globally for talent, retain and develop talent, seek new talent • Possess courage and optimism • Communicate openly and regularly • Possess a global mindset • Balance short-term profit with long-term sustainability (profit, people and planet) Future Leaders 5
    • For questions on this presentation or to obtain a copy, please contact : Torbjorn Karlsson Heidrick & Struggles Email : tkarlsson@heidrick.com