Global Mindset – Does It Still Matter in a Post-Trumpian but Increasingly More Populist World?
By Professor Ramon Henson
About the course:
Global Leadership is designed to increase your awareness and understanding of what it means to be a leader, and especially what it means to be a global leader, deepen your understanding of selected challenges and opportunities that global leaders face, provide greater insights into your own leadership, along with strategies and actions to build on your strengths and areas for improvement, develop a greater appreciation of the issues and skills involved in applying leadership in various contexts, developing a global mindset, leading across cultures, managing individual relationships, leading groups and teams, managing talent, and leading change.
About the Professor:
Dr. Henson is an organization and management consultant with deep expertise and over 30 years of international experience in executive leadership development and global organization development. He currently heads Henson Consulting International, a consulting practice that focuses on helping clients with solutions to identify and develop leaders; engage and retain employees; improve performance management and succession planning processes; redesign and restructure their organizations; select, assess and coach managers and executives; build high-performance teams; and ensure effective change management. In addition, he also teaches at Rutgers Business School in the MBA Program in New Jersey, in the international Executive MBA program in Singapore (his course on Global Leadership is a core course in the program), as well as in a number of courses for Rutgers Business School Executive Education.
Ray received his Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from the University of Michigan, and has worked as an executive or consultant for several global companies, including Citibank, Merrill Lynch, Avon Products, Panasonic Corporation, Pfizer, Thomas & Betts, DSM Dyneema, Thomson Reuters, …