OCTOBER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES SEMINAR FOCUSES ON EAST-WEST CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES
Pittsburgh, September 29, 2010– La Roche College’s Professional Development Series will focus on the business impact of East-West cross-cultural differences during the ninth installment of this popular series directed towards business professionals. “When East Meets West: The Five Crucial Competencies Every Western Leader Must Have to Succeed in India and China” will take place at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14, in the Ryan Room, Zappala College Center, on the college’s McCandless Township campus. Light refreshments will be available during a 6:30 p.m. informal networking reception. The cost of the seminar is $15.
Presented by Aparna Suresh, MA, MS, president, Organic Organization Development, LLC, this seminar will address the top five mistakes that Western business leaders make in India and China, and how to overcome them. Using her global experiences, Ms. Suresh will focus on the critical business impact of East-West cross-cultural differences, shatter a surprisingly common corporate myth about India and China and highlight the key deal-breakers and leadership pitfalls that Western leaders need to watch out for when dealing with India and China.
Sponsored by the Department of Human Resources Management and the Office of Graduate Studies & Adult Education at La Roche, this seminar has been approved for two recertification hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). This seminar has been approved for two CE credits – global.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged for this popular series. For more information, call 412-536-1193 or e-mail Jean Forti, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Human Resources Management, at email@example.com.